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Parents from a Florida high school are furious that their students were shown a graphic, Planned Parenthood Sex video without the parents’ knowledge.

Seniors at Pine View High School in Sarasota County, Florida, were shown the video last week, according to WFLA, Channel 8.

The nearly four-minute video trades in graphic, sexual situations.. For instance, at one point the narrator in the video says, “Asking for consent doesn’t have to be awkward. Asking for consent can be kind of sexy.”

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One of the early shots in the video features a man grabbing a woman’s breasts, while others show two same-sex couples pawing at each other.

The video was so graphic, the news station didn’t want to show it to the audience — even as news!

The school initially defended itself saying that all it was trying to do was teach kids about consent. But parents were not assuaged.

But, even School Board Chair Bridget Ziegler was unhappy with the school’s decision to show the video.

“What do parental rights matter in K-12 ed? This video was shown to students during an AP Literature class. No parents were notified in advance. It was only after a student complained that parents & our board became aware,” Ziegler tweeted.

But the school eventually blamed an employee saying a counselor “took it upon herself to show this un-approved video, knowing it had not been previously vetted, and broke curriculum protocol.” A statement from the district says Pine View staff also did not follow the correct process for guest speakers “by admitting this counselor in the school in advance of their appointment and showing materials that had not been approved.”

The school apologized and so did the Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) responsible for the class.

SPARCC President and CEO Jessica Hays released the following statement:

“We sincerely apologize for the incident last Wednesday at Pine View. The staff member did not follow established protocol regarding the programming presented, and the organization has acted to ensure that this does not happen again. SPARCC has had a positive relationship with Sarasota County Schools that has spanned more than 15 years and we take the trust placed in our organization very seriously. Preventing domestic/dating violence and sexual assault is central to our mission and SPARCC aims to be a trusted resource for our community.”

Pine View Principal Dr. Stephen Covert released a statement of his own:

“We appreciate SPARCC’s shared concerns regarding this incident. I am thankful for their swift review of the events and apology to our students, staff, school leaders and families. Until now, SPARCC has been a trusted resource for our students and school community, however, I am disappointed that the action of one resulted in an unacceptable situation for our students. I want to assure our school community that we will follow district guidelines and will take extra precautions in the future to ensure only pre-approved materials are used in the classroom.”

The school also cut ties with SPARCC.

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