By NOWAJANETTE MURPHY-GUTHRIE, NBCNEWS.COM A new video game called “The Ultimate Sexual Adventure” has parents demanding that it be pulled from schools and school libraries.
The game, which has been criticized for its depiction of sexual intercourse, depicts masturbation and sexual acts that are not actually happening, and instead are simulated by players, according to a statement from the parents of the game’s creators.
“These depictions of sex are harmful and degrading to both children and adults, and should not be included in school curricula or in our children’s classrooms,” the parents’ statement reads.
The parents say the game contains “extreme depictions of sexual acts” that can “seriously harm” children, according a statement by the game makers.
“Parents should be able to choose their own content, and it is our belief that the inclusion of the video game ‘The Ultimate Sex Ed’ in our schools is in violation of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,” the statement reads, according and it has been removed from the game publisher’s website.
The video game company says that the games are made by the creators of “The Bigger Picture,” a video game series that was featured in the 2010 movie “Superbad.”
The game is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com.
A spokesman for the publishers of the games did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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