The questionnaire, according to the outlet, asked questions like, “99 percent of reported rapists are heterosexual. Why are straights so sexually aggressive?”
The outlet reported that there were 15 questions in total, including, “When did you choose your sexual orientation?”
“Who assumes the dominant role and who assumes the passive role in a straight relationship,” Katie Kutz, a resident of Missoula, said during a Tuesday Missoula County Public Schools (MCPS) board meeting, NBC Montana reported. “The fact that is being talked about to 14 and 15-year-olds just absolutely blows my mind.”
A parent, who remained anonymous, told NBC Montana that the questionnaire was handed out without any discussion at the end of class.
After the school was informed of the questionnaire, they reportedly said it was not part of the curriculum.
“MCPS was recently made aware of a handout that was given to students in a high school health class. The handout was intended as a demonstration exercise to show how certain questions can be seen as offensive. Students were not expected to provide written answers. The questions on the handout were intended for discussion purposes only and are not part of our approved curriculum,” a statement provided to Fox News Digital read.