A 12-year-old girl and her grandparents are suing the Chicago Board of Education, claiming that an Ashburn Community Elementary School substitute teacher's showing of Brokeback Mountain during class traumatized the tween and required psychological counseling. (What's more, many students in the class are now lamenting, "I wish I knew how to quit P.E.!")

According to the AP, the fill-in teach prefaced the presentation by shutting the classroom door and saying, "What happens in Ms. Buford's class stays in Ms. Buford's class" - which when you think about it, is far better than if she had said, "What happens in Jack Twist's...."

POLL: Was Ms. Buford wrong? Vote here.