A big controversy is brewing in San Francisco after a school board unanimously approved a proposal to give middle school students - ages 11 to 14 - access to condoms without parental approval.
In Minnesota, parents are up in arms after the leader of a private school brought middle and high school-age kids to an adult novelty store.
According to a Georgetown University study, kids between 10 and 14 should be getting sex education because children at that age are susceptible to experimentation.
A teacher sex scandal, condoms for kids and the reason men might want a demotion at work. It's all part of today's Outnumbered roundup, featuring Harris Faulkner, Sandra Smith, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Jedediah Bila and #oneluckyguy Tucker Carlson.
A middle school sex education book has some parents in Missouri outraged. The book called, “It’s Perfectly Normal,” is for kids 10 and up. It features cartoon illustrations of people involved in sexual acts.