Florida lawmakers have been in the news lately for a new law prohibiting the discussion of sexual orientation in early elementary educational settings.
While critics have blasted the policy as anti-LGBT, supporters say the prohibition should be common sense.
Despite the intense focus on this topic across the state, one middle school art teacher reportedly injected her sexual orientation into a recent lesson plan.
As the New York Post reported, it resulted in her losing her job.
A Florida teacher claims she was fired for discussing her pansexual status with middle school students whom she then asked to draw pictures representing their own sexual orientations.
Cape Coral art instructor Casey Scott said her students were curious about her sexual orientation and she explained to them