A self-published book of sex advice and opinions has meant trouble for a high school girls basketball coach in suburban Chicago. Bryan Craig, also a counselor at Rich Central High School, resigned as the varsity coach and is on administrative leave while the district reviews the issue.
In the forward to the book, titled “It’s Her Fault,” Craig says his intention is to give women a guide to gaining the “upper hand in a relationship” because he is tired of hearing them complain. The book contains graphic details on his observations of the female anatomy, including what he describes as physical differences between ethnicities that lead him to conclude that “Latin women have more children.”
Among the assertions in the book is that all men and women should be promiscuous before getting married.
He also writes, “The easiest kill for a man is through the young lady with low self-esteem. Of course some will feel this is taking advantage, and yes it is.
Can he be fired for expressing his opinions? Should he be?
No, writes Darre. Firing a teacher for something like this is a “heckler’s veto” on employment.