Parents were quick to react after the Royal Grammar School in Buckinghamshire, England, gave its students a homophobic exam question.
A parent who wants to remain unnamed shared this photo of the exam. The school in question didn`t deny the originality of the photo.
As you can see, question number seven takes a completely unnecessary dig at gay marriage.
The principal of the school, Philip Wayne, publicly apologized to everybody that was offended by this question and scraped the test right away. Afterwards he explained to everyone that this quiz was created by a teacher who retired years ago, but continued to do some volunteer work for the school.
Here is what Principal Philip Wayne had to say:
This question was quickly condemned by Matt Horwood, of LGBT rights charity Stonewall. He was also thankful that the school took responsibility and dealt with this situation very quickly.