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CHICAGO – Former high school guidance counselor and basketball coach Bryan Craig said he was wrongfully dismissed from his school after it surfaced he had published a ‘racy’ book. Craig said the book in question, “It’s Her Fault,” was meant “give women a road map to having the upper hand in a relationship with a man,” according to the Chicago Tribune.
“I’ve been wronged,” Craig told WMAQ-TV’s Christian Farr. “I just expressed my opinion in a book and it had nothing to do with my position as guidance counselor.”
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The Chicago Tribune reports that Rich Township High School District voted unanimously to fire Craig last week. Craig has filed a $1 million federal lawsuit against the district and its school board.
One excerpt from the book contains a line about Craig’s “weakness for cleavage,” and other passages give women advice on how to perform oral sex. The book deals with other topics as well – including the “differences between the vaginas of black women and white women,” according to an August Patch.com report.
“It’s not for school-age children at all,” Craig told WMAQ of his book. “Adults shouldn’t have a problem with it.”
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