A “sex survey” at the Rio Rancho high school in Albuquerque, New Mexico has sparked criticism among some parents, KOAT reports. The teacher who issued the survey has been put on paid leave. While the survey was supposedly intended to teach kids about sex and how sexual diseases are spread, parents told the station that it went too far when the students had to list the people they’ve recently kissed, and to mark if there were sexually active.
“I wouldn’t have agreed to any of this,” parent Paul Bustamante told the station…
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