We are, dare we say, proud to report that middle school students in the Boston suburb of Burlington are fighting back against the six-colored “rainbow” brigade at their local public school.
After completely ignoring the Memorial Day holiday due to “an oversight,” teachers and administrators at Marshall Simonds Middle School held a “Pride Spirit Day” event on June 2 to celebrate LGBT perversion. Students were encouraged to wear pride gear, don flags, and basically admit that being straight, aka normal, is somehow abnormal.
A large multi-colored sign emblazoned at the school bearing a quote from homosexual playwright Tennessee Williams made normal students at Marshall Simonds feel uncomfortable as it said:
“What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, it’s curved like a road through the mountains.”
The obvious implication with this quote is that being straight is abnormal, and that no human being is actually, truly straight – hence why the LGBT crowd is always trying to gay-splain that even straight people are some hidden color of their hideous rainbow deep down inside, even if they are not cognitively aware of it.
(Related: LGBT cultists are demanding absolute compliance from all corporations, or else.)
Just say no to LGBT pride
A number of students at Marshall Simonds tore down the signs, banners, and flags on Pride Spirit Day while chanting through the hallways: “U.S.A. are my pronouns!” They also reportedly glared with disgust at their pride-filled teachers, wearing red, white, and blue in honor of their country rather than LGBT perversion.
This act of defiance against forced LGBT indoctrination really hurt the fee-fees of school administrators, including principal Cari Perchase who whined and complained about the resistance. Nancy Bonassera, co-chair of the Burlington Equity Coalition, went a step further by demanding “consequences” for the resistance.
Then there is Select Board member Michael Espejo, who says he “lost sleep” over the incident, which caused him to become “very upset.”
“It kind of shocked me to my core,” Espejo cried to the media, adding that student resistance to pride perversion means a “bad light has been cast over our town.”
“I didn’t think something like that could happen in Burlington.”
To create a type of “safe space” for LGBT students at Marshall Simonds who may have been triggered by not having everyone accept and celebrate their perversion, Perchase and other administrators set up an anonymous tip line for students to report “hateful incidents.”
“‘Respectful’ behavior is one thing, but having an evil, Satanic ‘lifestyle’ crammed down one’s throat for not only a month, but every day of the year, is totally unacceptable for a supposedly free society,” one commenter wrote about how abominable it is that underage children are being forcibly exposed to such perversions at public schools.
“Why should those of us who are Christians be forced to deny what God’s word says about homosexuality in order to embrace that which is sinful and wicked? I for one will never celebrate sodomy and perversion, which is what these freaks want to corrupt our children and grandchildren with.”
Another chimed in that it sure is a breath of fresh air to see young people, and in left-wing Massachusetts no less, just saying no to LGBT pride and standing up for what is right, even in the face of persecution.
“The kids are smarter than their teachers,” this person added.
“Praise God for the zeal for the Lord those ‘USA’ middle-schoolers have in defending the right to toss sin out of their school’s agenda,” wrote another.
The latest news about the growing backlash against LGBT pride can be found at Gender.news.
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