Rachel Dolezal Loses Teaching Post Over OnlyFans Page

Rachel Dolezal, former head of the Spokane chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), has just been dismissed from her role as an Arizona elementary school teacher. In 2015 she infamously resigned from her post in the NAACP when it became public that she was a White woman who “identified” as Black.

Dolezal has been “identifying” under the new name Nkechi Diallo and has been running a side hustle as an OnlyFans performer. This gig is what got her dismissed from her job at the Catalina Foothills School District in Tucson. It seems the powers that be believed foot fetish performances and explicit videos — which were part of Dolezal’s calling card on OnlyFans — were unbecoming of an elementary school teacher.

“Her posts are contrary to our district’s ‘Use of Social Media by District Employees’ policy … and our staff ethics policy,” said district spokesperson Julie Farbarik in an e-mail to News 4 Tucson.

While many readers may now be saddled with mental images that can never be erased, they can likely be thankful for never having actually seen one of Dolezal’s inappropriate performances on the trash-filled social media platform.

In one post, she used very explicit language describing the racy acts and pictures to which her subscribers would have access. It appears she now “identifies” as an adult entertainment star.

Income on the do-it-yourself smut factory can be considerable, so perhaps she won’t end up homeless, as nearly happened in 2017. She had told YouTube creator Tamron Hall in 2021 that she “applied to jobs that didn’t even require degrees, being a maid at a hotel, working at a casino. I wasn’t able to get any of those jobs either.”

Her OnlyFans account was first brought to the attention of the public at large on the X account of the venerable Libs Of TikTok.

It is darkly ironic to note that her job title with the school district was “after-school instructor.”

Dolezal’s life of controversy began when she was outed for falsifying her race in the NAACP flap. She compared her racial situation to that of a “transgender,” noting in a 2017 interview with The Guardian: “I feel like the idea of being trans-black would be much more accurate than ‘I’m white.’”

She continued: “…whiteness has always felt foreign to me, for as long as I can remember. I didn’t choose to feel this way or be this way, I just am.”