Depending on your point of view, you are either going to be interested in one of the latest stories from New York, or it will just make you mad.  Once again, it is now a requirment in public schools in the Big Apple for kids as young as 11 to take sex ed classes.

Fox Newsradio's Todd Starnes shared the story with "Mornings With Ken and Bernie" about the return of sex-education classes that are going to be taught to public school students; and students will have to attend.

Middle school and high school students will be learning a little bit of everything including the proper use of condom.  They classes will even tell students what the appropriate age for sexual activity is.

One semester will be required either as a 6th or 7th grader, and then you get more teaching in either the 9th or 10th grade.  Kids as young as 11 will have to participate in the instruction that includes topics like: pregnancy, the risks of unprotected sex, but parents will be able to have their children opt out of the lessons on birth-control methods.

Todd Starnes started a serious discussion this morning:

on birth-control methods.

The classes can be incorporated into existing health education courses.

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