I thought Orion woman had influence over males of certain species. So, how would male students, teachers, staff and inhabitants of Earth (from all species that were affected by Orion women) be able to function with Orion women around? Wouldn't the women be able to take advantage of men?
I think in the original series with Kirk, he was able to resist the lures of the Orion women because he loved the Enterprise so much.
There is also the issue of a timeline. I think the crew of the Enterprise in the original series discovered the Orion race when they were out in their five-year mission. So, technically, Gaila and other Orions should not even be on Earth during the "Into Darkness" movie.
Now, I enjoy the new version of Star Trek. I was a youngster for the original series. So, I have seen them all on TV and elsewhere. I think the new version does a good job to keep the Star Trek series alive. I hope there are more movies.
I'm just bringing this up for discussion. It is not an argument or a "pointing a finger in disgust" at an error. Like I said: I enjoy the new version very much.