By accepting porn proposal Octomom is taking care of her kids
By | 2012-07-11T00:00:00+00:00 Jul 11, 2012 | 12:00 am|Categories: Opinions|

Our prayers to have Octomom go away seemed like they were answered for a while, but then came her porno. That’s right. Nadya Suleman, also known as Octomom, is starring in her very own adult film entitled “Home

Our prayers to have Octomom go away seemed like they were answered for a while, but then came her porno.

That’s right. Nadya Suleman, also known as Octomom, is starring in her very own adult film entitled “Home Alone.”

This is a result of the financial difficulties she is facing as a single mother raising a large family.

Her making a porno isn’t what shocks me. What I’m floored by is how she has time to be “home alone” when she’s the mother of all those children.

The bad title aside, I actually applaud her for making the adult film because I think it shows the world just how much she loves her children. 

Mothers across the globe make sacrifices every day to make sure their children are sheltered, clothed, safe and taken care of.

In fact, I don’t know if there’s anything as beautiful and pure in this world as the way a mother puts her children before herself. 

I don’t see this situation any differently than that.

Suleman loves her children. They needed to eat, they needed shelter and she needed money to give them that.

She has no talent. She doesn’t seem to be a genius and isn’t good at any type of profession, but the woman knows how to touch herself on camera and get paid for it. 

She’s milking the Octomom image the media created for profit. No pun intended. I say smart move and good for her!

Making your privates public isn’t an easy thing to do. 

In fact, I can imagine it being very difficult to expose something as personal as being intimate with yourself to millions of people. 

She gave up the most intimate part of her life for her children because they needed to be taken care of. 

Sure, her actions don’t reflect the traditional sacrifices women make to raise their families, but the love she needed to take care of her children is the same love any mother feels to care of her children. 

She just happened to need to do it this way.

More power to you, Suleman! You’re a good mother!

Jack Chavdarian is a senior journalism major and the assistant social media editor for the Daily 49er.

One Comment

  1. Anonymous July 12, 2012 at 7:55 pm - Reply

    Who the heck cares? When the story broke out about the birth, it was nothing but yak-yak around this campus. Ugh!

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