Boston middle school survey asking students about oral sex, transgenderism prompts parents’ outrage

A survey asking explicit questions about sexual activity and gender identity reportedly angered parents after it was administered to middle schoolers at a Massachusetts public school.

Principal Traci Griffith of Eliot K-8 Innovation School in Boston sent a letter to parents last Thursday noting that there were “many concerns” about the school’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey, which was given last week to students in sixth and seventh grade, according to The Washington Free Beacon.

Griffith noted that the concerns about the survey, which is part of a project by Boston Public Schools, have been shared with the Superintendent’s Office, the Office of Teaching and Learning, and the Office of Health and Wellness.