WASHINGTON - A controversial video is being pulled from some public schools in Prince George's County.
The Washington Examiner reports the 20-minute film features a segment discussing reparative therapy as an option for gays who would rather be straight.
Gay rights advocates say it's a dangerous message to send to kids. Filmmaker Christopher Doyle tells the Examiner he doesn't get the fuss, saying that sexuality is only a minor part of the video, which also talks about bullying and obesity.
The Examiner says the video was pulled from six middle-school health classes in the county.
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