People say teachers ‘shouldn’t post pictures like that' on social media when they see my bikini photos but I don't care | The Sun

A TEACHER who enthusiastically documents her adventures on her socials hasn't let her career path dictate her social media personality.

Instead, she freely posts photos of her sporting bikinis and other stylish pieces on her Instagram account.

Bri Jackson (@missjackson_in3rd) is a 25-year-old third-grade teacher who is based in Ohio.

She loves being a teacher and is happy to have fulfilled her lifelong dream of teaching elementary school.

In addition to teaching, she has "a passion for fashion, traveling, and living a healthy lifestyle."

She posts a lot about traveling and how she "[tries] to live a healthy, balanced life."

Taking to her TikTok account where she has accumulated more than 50,000 followers, she shared a comment she hears about the type of pictures she uploads to social media.

"Teachers shouldn't post pictures like that on their socials," the blonde beauty wrote in a TikTok video.

She shrugged suggesting that it wasn't a big deal to her, before showing a series of aesthetically pleasing photos of her similar to ones that can be found on her Instagram page.

She wore an assortment of trendy bright swimsuits including a bold patterned one-piece, a bandeau top bikini that bared her stomach, as well as fashionable going-out outfits.

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Responding to the critique of her photos, she wrote: "Hey… I like fashion," in her video's caption.

People flooded the comments section with support for her decisions.

"One hundred percent. As teachers, we need to stop catering to society’s expectations of what we 'should' do," a fellow educator wrote.

"Queen," added a second.

"Heck yes," said a third.

"Queen sh*t. I want to make my Insta public so bad but I teach high school."

"Normalize that teachers are humans."

A final person expressed their views with a clapping emoji followed by a heart.

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