(Fox News) A sex education book full of illustrations depicting sexual acts has ignited a controversy after it was left at an Oregon elementary school library, according to a report late Thursday.
The principal at Hudson Park Elementary School in Rainier admitted in a letter to parents Thursday that the book was inappropriately shown to fourth-graders in the library recently, Fox 12 Oregon reported. Angry parents were told the book had been pulled from shelves.
The book in question, "It’s Perfectly Normal," explains bodies, sex and sexual health, the station reported.
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The illustrations in the book include pages of naked teens and adults, some depicting sex acts and even masturbation, the station reported.