What happens when sex education meets a more modern culture?
Pine Valley Middle School in Pine Valley, California used internet meme type pictures to help educate their youth.
According to TheBlaze.com the eighth grade class was focusing on the "Top Conception Myths".
Memes that were used were considered by some of the parents of the student as "X-rated". A parent told KGTV a local ABC affiliate "That's something you can't unsee."
The photo that enraged parents the most was a slide showing a picture of a man with blood on his face. The caption for that picture read: "A real man loves his woman every day of the month.
The school district has said a company called Mountain Empire Family Medicine created the presentation.
The health company's CEO issued a statement to KGTV saying in part, "We are reviewing the content of the presentation with a special attention to the specific images that have concerned some parents."
The Superintendent of the Mountain Empire School District, Dr. Kathy Granger, says the curriculum is "factually and medically accurate."
"We will continue to review materials and collaborate with Mountain Health to ensure that the instruction that is delivered is age appropriate with an emphasis on abstinence as the best way to prevent pregnancy and HIV/Aids infection."
Dr. Granger said the presentation has already been "modified" for future classes.