In Arkansas, a six weeks school that meets in the summer for gifted students going into their senior year read and discussed a play that involved homosexuality. The play has been pulled from the curriculum and the director of the school has apologized and the teacher was required to apologize to the students. Read story here: http://headlines.agapepress.org/archive/7/72005c.asp These are the top few hundered senior students from across the entire state of Arkansas. It is not a required school for anyone. I don't believe that students that are 17 years old are so young that they need to be cencered on reading material and a teacher of the school should have the credentials to select materials appropriately without the state government of Arkansas interfering. How is it across the land on censorship like this? What is your opinion?