LOS ANGELES (CBS) – Cal State L.A. parents and students are voicing their shock after learning students’ fees were set to fund an event about sex toys, before the Los Angeles CBS affiliate questioned administrators about the plans.

An upset parent first made CBS aware of the event, revealing her 18-year-old daughter brought home a flyer promoting “Sex Toys R Us.”

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The university confirmed the event, planned by its Gender and Sexuality Resource Center in partnership with a L.A. adult store, was slated to use money from fees meant for student activities, clubs and events.

“This was a student-driven event, and when made fully aware, the university determined it was not appropriate, and we immediately canceled it,” CSULA spokeswoman Jocelyn Stewart said.

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