A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of an Illinois high school guidance counselor over his self-publication of a purported relationship-advice book for women with sexually frank passages and indications that the counselor had a “tendency to objectify” women.

The case concerns Bryan Craig, a tenured guidance counselor and girls’ basketball coach at Rich Central High School in the Chicago suburbs of Olympia Fields. In 2012, Craig self-published a book titled It’s Her Fault, a 60-page collection of relationship advice aimed at women, which court papers say was inspired by his years of counseling and interaction with women, including from his school counseling job…

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