Concerns about 'modeling' pictures - page 4
So I've got a friend who's thinking about nursing school but she has pictures that are posted on a soft core pornography site. The site owns several sets and policy is not to remove them completely, only restrict access to paying... Read More
- 0Nov 15, '11 by CraigB-RNUnfortunately it's about embarrassment. And organization notoriously hate being embarrassed. That being said I know of more than one RN who models fetish stuff, and do it openly.
Just make a choice from now on, you have to live with what you have done, but from now on it's a choice you made for your future. Remember us RN's are Saints aren't we?
PS and don't be so sure you won't be found out. HR hires companies to do backgrounds, not sure why they spend the money on that for staff positions. There are ways to find you if your posted at all. All it takes is one email were you mentioned the pseudonym and you can be linked.
I wouldn't loose any sleep though, unless you have to lie about it on an application or something, just go forward and deal with it if it come up.
- 0Dec 13, '11 by commonsenseQuote from RakkikaAlways be careful of someone who says "So I've got a friend who..." Words to live by.So I've got a friend who's thinking about nursing school but she has pictures that are posted on a soft core pornography site. The site owns several sets and policy is not to remove them completely, only restrict access to paying members only if you make the request. She's not ashamed of it at all in fact she's quite proud. She's a raging feminist though some people have tried to disagree in the past...
Anyway she's a brilliant student and very professional but the pictures are out there and they are full nude. Will they be grounds for termination in potential nursing careers?
Thanks for any info