One of the most entertaining features of WordPress, the service that hosts The Wright Opinion, is the “search engine terms” section of the Site Stats page, which tells you what people typed into Google, Yahoo, etc., to find me.
Because I reviewed the first several volumes of Empowered (before I was hired by DH, of course), most days the search engine terms include some variation on “sexy superhero” or “bound and gagged heroine,” but I think today is the first time that the stats have included the phrase, “lust indian teacher looking at studint” [sic].
What someone searching for “lust indian teacher looking at studint” and finding The Wright Opinion got was my review of Sherman Alexie’s novel The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, which is about a young man from a reservation in Spokane who is a student in a neighboring white district school, and includes comics illustrated by Ellen Forney, author of Lust.
Of course, I have no idea if the person who searched for this then read the review, but I hope they did, and I hope that it distracted them from their search for (I presume subcontinent) Indian teachers lustfully ogling their students just long enough to get them interested in Sherman Alexie, who is a wonderful author, poet and filmmaker. See for yourself.