The DeKalb County School District is defending its Family Life and Sexual Health curriculum after a parent complained about a sexual identity quiz. Octavia Parks told Fox 5 in Atlanta that she was shocked when her 12-year-old daughter brought the assignment home. It asked students to identify various sexual preferences and gender identities. Some of the descriptions students were asked to identify included:

  •  “a woman who is attracted to women”
  • “a man who is attracted to men”
  •  “a person who is attracted to men and women”
  •  “a man who is attracted to women or a woman who is attracted to men”
  • “when a person’s gender identity doesn’t match the sex…the doctor said they were when they were born”

Parks told Fox 5 “we’re talking about a sixth grader who still watches Nickelodeon. I’m not ready to explain what these words are nor what they mean.” READ MORE