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A topless photo ruined this teacher's career. Now she's speaking out
Lauren Miranda says what should have been an innocuous photo spun out of control – and would have a different outcome for a man in her position
By Lucia Graves

Lauren Miranda’s nightmare began as a school day like any other. She was teaching math during first period at Bellport middle school on Long Island, New York, when she received a text from a friend in another building. There was a nude photo going around, and kids were saying it was her.

“I just thought it was impossible,” Miranda told the Guardian. “I was almost offended that she thought it was a picture of me.”

But when she arrived in the principal’s office, he spun the computer monitor around to show her the image in question. There it was: a picture of her topless on the screen. She had sent the picture to one and one person only: a male colleague she was dating.

“It’s one of those things you read about in the newspaper. You never expect it to be you,” she said.

I have no words for cases like these. Too often, the blame is placed on the victim, rather than on the person who leaked their intimate photos without consent and betrayed their trust.