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Parents of eighth graders at West Allegheny Middle School in Imperior, PA are upset about inappropriate questions their kids were asked during an anti-bullying "Kindness Workshop," according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The kids were compelled to publicly reveal answers to personal questions about their religion and sexuality, as well as about the financial status, education level, and drug usage of their family members in an attempt to help them "become aware of others' experiences and their role of being supporters to one another," as school officials told WPXI.