According to this, a middle school in California, Pine Valley Middle School, presented a slide show to 8th graders for sex education. The presentation included information about the "Top Conception Myths" and was organized by Mountain Empire Family Medicine.
And while parents didn't take particular issue with the information presented, many were positively outraged by the accompanying memes.
Case in point.
"We understand and appreciate that some members of our community have voiced concern about a sex education presentation delivered by Mountain Health to Pine Valley Middle School. Our organization responded to a specific request by the Mountain Empire School District for this presentation. Mountain Health recognizes the sensitivity of such material and worked actively with the school district to assure that all information was pre-screened and approved prior to presentation. We work closely with schools in our region to help all community members stay informed on health issues. We are reviewing the content of the presentation with a special attention to the specific images that have concerned some parents."
So while Mountain Health blamed the school system for approving their presentation, the school system blamed something called the "Pupil Services Department." School superintendent Dr. Kathy Granger said the curriculum was approved by the PSD, and that it is "factually and medically accurate."
Other images included in the presentation showed a bunch of young men with a caption, "Douche Bag" and another showed a man on all fours, with a woman standing on top of him, which read, "girl on top can still get pregnant."
Someone in California involved in educating students thought these were appropriate.