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Sex Ed Book Causes Controversy in Missouri

Sex Ed Book Causes Controversy in Missouri

A school district in Missouri is debating banning the book It's Perfectly Normal. The title about healthy sexuality, geared for children 10 years and older, is said to have "explicit  illustrations of people having sex," reports Education News. 

One parent in the Frances Howell School District, Tim Schmidt, has filed a complaint to have the book removed from the school's library. Not all parents, reports the article, object to the book being in their children's school. 

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