Things like this generally don't happen in states like Connecticut, but it's right out of Tom Perrotta's new book.
The main graf is,
"The parents of a freshman student whose teacher resigned after he gave her a sexually explicit illustrated book said Wednesday their daughter has been the target of harassment from fellow students, and they want the school district to do more to clarify the issue with other parents.
The girl's father, who asked that his family remain anonymous because it has already been the target of criticism, described the graphic novel that English teacher Nate Fisher gave the student as "borderline pornography"
After awhile these things all sound the same, you know?
Posted by Dave