Letter To Gwen, The Primary School Teacher Who Loves Micro Bikini
First of all, I am sorry to know that you are possibly in trouble and MOE is investigating your incident. I am even sorry to have found out the whole incident too much too late that you have already taken down your blog, Friendster account, ect. Yes, I feel ashamed that I still haven’t seen those photos of you in micro bikini.
To me, there is nothing wrong for you to post your sexy photos online. I know that you love your body and you want to share with your friends and whoever admires you as well. Those are not nude, or pornography. But, it is just too bad that you happen to be a primary school teacher. Oops, to be exact, a primary teacher in this country, the country where prostitution is legal but touting of prostitution is not, where illegal prostitutes from PRC, Thai and Indonesian flood the alleys of Geylang but the government struggling to increase new babies born, where oral sex alone is illegal but is allowed in foreplay, where the authority treats teachers like multitasking machines while parents think teachers are customer service and childcare centre, where people driving big Mercedez would que up for free food freebies from charity organizations, where the reporters have nothing much to cover locally but to lurk around forums, blogs spying for juicy incidents, and quoting blogger’s words without putting source.
If anything that you have done is wrong, it is that you should not have let the world know that you are a teacher. Double standards is everywhere. When a movie actress, celebrity appears in sexy clothes showing “half ball”, “longkang”, people cheer and clap for her, reporters portrait her as sexy goddess. When a teacher appears in bikini, posts her sexy photos online, everybody wants to be moral police, asking why she never set a good role model for her students, and reporters take her as topic of gossips. You see, it is just bad luck. Bad luck that someone who is short of gossips that day “baotoh” you.
Gwen, take it as a lesson learnt and move on. If Tammy and Sun Tan can get over their mistakes, what’s yours? Worst case, set up another blog and say “It is an honest mistake. It has already happened, what to do? Let’s move on.”, then case closed.
By the way, I like the way you calm yourself down in front of your students. It shows that you are someone with manner, who don’t anyhow say the F word in front of people.
Last bu not least, can I have a copy of the photos of you in micro bikini?
Thanks and take care.