High school paper publishes piece on student’s porn career

High school paper publishes piece on student's porn career

A California high school newspaper has published a feature about a senior who has started a porn career after the school district backed down from threats to stop the story.

The Bruin Voice posted “Risky business: starting a career in the adult entertainment industry” on Friday.

The sympathetic story about 18-year-old senior Caitlin Fink chronicles her difficulties in high school and a move out of her family home. To make money, Fink started selling erotic photos of herself on communication apps like Kik and Tinder. She then graduated to Pornhub and now has a contract with an agency. She also recently had an audition at a strip club.

“Adult entertainment is a job just like any other job,” Fink told the paper’s managing editor, junior Bailey Kirkeby.

The story became an issue after teacher Kathi Duffel refused to allow the Lodi Unified School District to allow the district to review the article prior to publication. The award-winning journalism teacher’s job was initially threatened if she did not comply.

She and the student editors refused to submit the story for pre-publication review. The school district eventually agreed to have an outside attorney review the story for obscene content.

“There is no basis for censoring the article or for seeking any review beyond that already conducted by Ms. Kirkeby, her fellow student editors, Ms. Duffel, and me,” the attorney, Matthew Cate, wrote in the letter, according to the Stockton Record newspaper.

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