The Cabarrus County School District and the Cabarrus County Health Alliance announced on Wednesday it would cancel a controversial sex survey that concerned parents brought to Channel 9’s attention. The 19-page survey asked eighth-graders about parental support, whether they’ve touched private parts and had vag*** sex. The survey also asks who they have “chosen to have oral, anal or

vaginal s** with.” Parents were given a form in June of last school year, asking if they wanted their students to opt out of the survey. “If I went as an individual, and asked a 12-year-old girl about her sexual habits, I would be arrested as a pedophile,” parent John Peppers said. Peppers said he was even planning to protest outside a local school until the Cabarrus County Health Alliance and school district released a joint statement announcing they were ending the survey. READ MORE