Letter to the editor


Dear Editor,

I hardly see how the flap over the Grover Cleveland High School newspaper Valentine’s Day issue is “censorship.” It’s been a long established principle that underage people are to be protected from sexually explicit materials. Need I comment how under the circumstances explicit depictions of genitalia would be considered “sexual harassment?” Perhaps those people who are offended by the female genitals being thusly displayed have grounds for a sexual harassment lawsuit against the writers and editors of Le Sabre, as well as against the high school students wearing the T-shirts shown in your article. If not—then I assume no one would have a complaint if one were to display hard-core pornography on the CSUN campus, right?

Joseph Miranda Graduate student Political Science