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'Sex' Book Authored by Girls Coach Draws Ire

There are 9 comments on the Patch.com story from Aug 31, 2012, titled 'Sex' Book Authored by Girls Coach Draws Ire. In it, Patch.com reports that:

The girls varsity basketball coach at Rich Central High School - who moonlights as a bouncer at a Chicago strip club - is under school board investigation for a book he wrote encouraging promiscuity and oral sex.

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Anonymous

Australia

#2 Aug 31, 2012
I have read quite a lot online here & cannot believe some of what goes on here & is treated as " normal " sure I love sex & all it entails but finding mothers who've been getting off on jerking their own sons & I'm talking little boys here is truly disgusting & so ,so , sick & so I'm wanting people who know & feel child sex offenders should be taken out of our communities , personally I think they should be burnt at the stake , but it should be online for them to see that their just wrong & your comments will help to show them this even though they'll not ever go away they will however feel threatened & that's fantastic!, please help to show they'll never be accepted in our communities ever ! Comments please
Anonymous

Melbourne, Australia

#4 Sep 1, 2012
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>Next we should go after those damn j-walkers.
Because that's illegal too. I'll bring the wood.

BTW, In some places, a "child" is defined as under 13. So a 40 year old could have sex with a 14 year old and never go to jail for it.

Write your congressman. Tell him you want those people bombed.
how you could compare the two is beyond me, yes I do think & know the abuse of children is totally abhorrent ! I also have the consensus of the wider public to back me up, where's your humanity ? Oh I know to burn people is truly terrible & I guess I was using a figure of speech & I think you know this too, we here in Australia, aren't in favour of the death penalty, well not usually but after some of what happens to the kids of this world I may change my opinion . Kill those bloody J walkers ! Yeah right !

Since: Aug 12

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#5 Sep 1, 2012
The previous posters need to look at the story more closely. It isn't about a girls' coach who sexually abused some of his students. No one accused him of that. He wrote a sexually explicit book that is presumably intended for adults only. I fail to see how that makes him unfit to work in the public schools. Unlike some other folks, apparently, I'm a strong supporter of free speech. I'll even defend the right of people, including many found here on Topix, to make the incredibly ignorant and irrelevant remarks they're so fond of making.
Anonymous

Melbourne, Australia

#6 Sep 1, 2012
Dan_R wrote:
The previous posters need to look at the story more closely. It isn't about a girls' coach who sexually abused some of his students. No one accused him of that. He wrote a sexually explicit book that is presumably intended for adults only. I fail to see how that makes him unfit to work in the public schools. Unlike some other folks, apparently, I'm a strong supporter of free speech. I'll even defend the right of people, including many found here on Topix, to make the incredibly ignorant and irrelevant remarks they're so fond of making.
Actually I think your right ! The reason I posted my remarks here is I knew it was going to be seen & therefore commented on by other's, I did read the entire article & haven't suggested he "coach " was guilty of anything !

Since: Aug 12

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#7 Sep 1, 2012
Blond guy wrote:
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Actually I think your right ! The reason I posted my remarks here is I knew it was going to be seen & therefore commented on by other's, I did read the entire article & haven't suggested he "coach " was guilty of anything !
Okay, that's fine. I'm glad you weren't confusing what this guy did with abusing kids. I just thought you were offtopic.
PDX Dave

Portland, OR

#8 Sep 1, 2012
If the school board takes any employment action against this guy,I hope he gets the best lawyer there is and sues them blind! Not only would it be an infraction on his First Amendment rights to freedom of speech, but if he did nothing actually wrong on school property or with a student, and it didn't affect his job and he, they have no right or cause to even care what he does on his off time. This penchant of society these days to pillory and vilify a person for what they THINK is getting dangerously close to "thought police" – now days you can get in trouble for what you say if it's not politically correct, it's just a good thing they don't have mind reading computers yet. Imagine how full the jails will be one they can prosecute people for what they think about!
PDX Dave

Portland, OR

#9 Sep 1, 2012
MORE – BTW this is not a book about the swinging provocative lifestyle, it is a RELATIONSHIP book and hits on the ways women can help relationships with their husband or other dedicated partner by stop being prudish, stop withholding and otherwise treating sex like a tool or a wedge to get what you want from a person, and open themselves up– figuratively speaking. I did some research on this at Amazon and it looks like a valuable read!

Since: Aug 12

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#10 Sep 1, 2012
PDX Dave wrote:
If the school board takes any employment action against this guy,I hope he gets the best lawyer there is and sues them blind! Not only would it be an infraction on his First Amendment rights to freedom of speech, but if he did nothing actually wrong on school property or with a student, and it didn't affect his job and he, they have no right or cause to even care what he does on his off time. This penchant of society these days to pillory and vilify a person for what they THINK is getting dangerously close to "thought police" – now days you can get in trouble for what you say if it's not politically correct, it's just a good thing they don't have mind reading computers yet. Imagine how full the jails will be one they can prosecute people for what they think about!
Well said. I couldn't agree more!

Since: Aug 12

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#11 Sep 1, 2012
PDX Dave wrote:
MORE – BTW this is not a book about the swinging provocative lifestyle, it is a RELATIONSHIP book and hits on the ways women can help relationships with their husband or other dedicated partner by stop being prudish, stop withholding and otherwise treating sex like a tool or a wedge to get what you want from a person, and open themselves up– figuratively speaking. I did some research on this at Amazon and it looks like a valuable read!
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