By Snejana Farberov For Dailymail.com
Published: 17:39 GMT, 14 January 2020 | Updated: 22:06 GMT, 14 January 2020
Parents of children attending a St Louis high school are up in arms after students were permitted to submit explicit questions to be discussed in their sex education class.
Lafayette Preparatory Academy sent an email to parents on Friday alerting them that some students in the seventh and eighth grades had put forward questions about human sexuality they wanted covered in class.
One of the questions read: 'If a woman has sex with 2 men in the same time period and becomes pregnant does the baby have traits of both men?'
Students in seventh and eighth grades at Lafayette Preparatory Academy in St Louis were allowed to submit questions about sex for a discussion, including the one displayed here
Some parents were outraged by the explicit nature of the questions after getting an email from the school alerting them to the discussion topics