A SCANDALOUS sex survey handed out to schoolchildren as young as 11 or 12 has led to regional government education authorities taking up the issue.
Kids in the fourth year of a high school in Requena (Valencia) were asked to compile a questionnaire about sexual habits for a class project.
The survey, involving 77 questions covering personal experience and general sexual knowledge, was then handed out to students in all other classes.
But parents complained to the school when their children saw questions that included “which nationality of men last longer in bed?” and “Why do women’s moods change during their periods?”
Other questions related to the size of male organs, the frequency and location of sex, and whether they had practiced certain graphic and barely-legal acts in bed.
The regional government’s ministry of education says it is taking the matter very seriously and intends to investigate.
In the meantime, the survey has been withdrawn from the classroom.