Don’t be commenting on how hot your professor is


Judge Favors School in 'Hot for Teacher' Lawsuit

A federal judge has ruled that a university student in Detroit who wrote an inappropriate essay about being sexually attracted to his teacher is not protected by the First Amendment. The student was suspended from school after turning in his essay in which he called his teacher “tall, blonde, stacked,” among other things. In his ruling, the judge wrote that while such expressions may be appropriate in certain settings, they “need not be tolerated by university officials.”

Wire Report, New York Daily News 07/24/2013