For the past week and a half or so, my friends and I have been playing Cards Against Humanity during our lunch period. We keep it to ourselves, and we're all seniors. Now, for those of you who know about the game, you understand that there's some mature content in the cards. If not, I encourage you to look it up. It's a very fun game, and we all enjoy it. For the most part, the teachers have been okay with it. The first day one of them told us to put it away, which we did, but after that none of them have said anything. After explaining what we are playing, they usually just say "Oh okay." and move along. Even our principal has looked in on a game and decided it was fine, as long as we kept it to ourselves. Today, however, one of the teachers very clearly told us that we could not play it any longer. She said that it wasn't school appropriate and we were being immature for playing it. I find it interesting that schools expect us to learn about and understand things such as genocide and sexual education, but will not allow us to play a game with some mature content in it. What are they attempting to shelter us from? All of us playing are 17+ and understand what at least 98% of the cards are (we had to look up testicular torsion... that was fun). Additionally, if most of the other teachers don't see a problem with it, then why should one teacher have the ultimate say in how we spend our free time? Thoughts, opinions, etc.?