An openly gay high school librarian's six-month suspension for non-sexual but inappropriate touching of male students has been reinstated by a Manhattan appeals court, which found no "indicia that either the charges or the penalty imposed were motivated in whole or in part by petitioner's sexual orientation."
Suspension of Librarian Who Touched Students Is Upheld
New York Law Journal
March 6, 2013
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