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Missouri high school yearbook raises concerns with pages on casual sex, drinking:

By Elizabeth Heckman| Fox News

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A salacious portion of a Missouri high school yearbook is drawing backlash from some parents by mentioning sex, drugs, and partying by students.

Michelle Westerfield, a mother who lives in the area outside St. Louis, joined "Fox & Friends First" to discuss the contents of the yearbook.

"There is a time and a place for everything and for a high school yearbook to glamorize casual sex, illegal drug and alcohol use is completely inappropriate," said Westerfield who lives near the school district.

According to the New York Post, a page in the yearbook titled "Hooked(ish)" features opinions from students about "hook-up culture, the concept of a casual sexual relationship without labels, and its benefits and consequences."