Parents of one California middle school student are outraged after learning about the school's sex education class.
The San Marcos family says their daughter was asked how far she was willing to go sexually during class.
The 14-year-old says every kid in the class was asked and that it was very embarrassing.
The parents say the teacher told students to stand under signs labeled "smile," "hug," "kiss," "above the waist," "below the waist" and "all the way."
The school says the purpose of the exercise is to open communication between students and parents about their dating expectations.
But, the parents here say the students were in disbelief, thinking the teacher wanted to do how far they've already gone sexually.
"I was furious because my daughter was embarrassed," said the student’s mother.
"Pointing the kids out in front of their peers is definitely not something that needs to be done in school or anywhere,” said the father.
The school's principal says the lesson came from a community clinic and has been used over the past several years.