While in Chem. class today, we were talking about the ancient Greeks' and Romans' contributions to science. It was all fine, and I, of course, dominated the discussion (I don't mean to be arrogant...but I'm in class with a bunch or morons, the teacher isn't much better, and I'm taking Latin III and studying ancient Greek). Then, my teacher (a man) makes a comment that really offended me--he said something along the lines of "...but there was a lot of homosexuality in ancient Greek culture, which eventually led to their downfall. There was also a lot of homosexuality amoung the Romans. Homosexuality or other immoral acts led to the downfall of almost every major civilization." I was aghast! I looked to my friend, April, and whispered to her "April--do I say something? Not only do I find that offensive, but I'm certain that I know more about ancient western culture than him (our teacher."...but I kept silent, because I'm not completely out at school, and I need to get good grades this year, and I don't want a teacher to hate me...but the more I think about it, the more I think I should go to the administration. What do I do?