Survey Asks Students If They Are Straight Or Straight (Not A Typo) Published: April 28, 2014

A survey distributed to students at Brigham Young University, a Utah-based school run by the Mormon Church, asks students whether they heterosexual or heterosexual, according to The Huffington Post.

As was first reported by The New Civil Rights Movement, the survey question about sexual orientation does not include an option for students to identify as gay, bisexual, or anything else besides heterosexual or "other."

The survey was distributed to students by the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints -- which owns and operates BYU -- to better understand millennial views on marriage and same-sex attraction, according to the New Civil Rights Movement, The Huffington Post reports.

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