Questions about gender and sexual preference contained in a survey recently sent to middle and high school students have generated a vigorous debate with about a dozen parents complaining that the questions were not appropriate for their middle schoolers.

The parents confronted school officials about the 94-question survey that was sent to their children’s school email addresses.

The survey included two multiple choice questions that asked the students to pick their sexual orientation and gender preferences from among several possible options.

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