High School Girls Basketball Coach, Bryan Craig, Fired for Writing Sex E-Book

| by Michael Allen

Bryan Craig, a high school girls basketball coach and guidance counselor, was fired from Rich Central High School in Chicago, Illinois, for writing a self-published sex e-book for women, 'It’s Her Fault,' which he describes as "a guide to gaining the upper hand in a relationship."

On Tuesday night, the school board voted 6-0 to fire Craig, who was also fired from his coaching job at Olympia Fields, reports the Daily Mail.

In the e-book, Craig said that he moonlights as a strip club bouncer and admits: "Even though I feel I’m beyond the highest caliber of men, I still have a weakness for cleavage."

The sexually graphic guide gives Craig’s opinions on the genitalia of women of different races and recommends that women give men lots of oral sex.

Craig also writes all men and women should be promiscuous before getting married and adds: "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. The ultimate goal for a man is to do all he can to eventually be able to commit and submit to a woman's power.'

School board president Betty Owens said in a statement: “Mr. Craig’s conduct in this matter fell far short of our expectations and evoked outrage for me, members of this board and many others in our district who have come to expect the highest level of professionalism and sound judgment from the people they entrust with their children each day.”

Craig told the Chicago Tribune that he assumed the board would fire him.

His lawyer, Stephen Richards, said: "'We don't believe the decision was correct. It violates Mr. Craig's first amendment rights."