Friday, December 1, 2023

Mass. Middle School Students Slap Back at LGBT Cancel Cult

'Kids know when they’re being groomed and I’m proud of these kids for resisting!...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) Children in a Massachusetts middle school tore down the Pride decorations and chanted that their pronouns were “USA” as a protest to the LGBT indoctrinators forcing them to wear rainbow-colored clothing to school.

On June 2, students at Marshall Simonds Middle School in Burlington, Mass., were asked to wear rainbow-colored shirts to celebrate “Pride Month,” according to the Daily Mail. However, the plans of child groomers did not work out the way that they hoped. The students started the protest by tearing up Pride flag stickers and chanting “USA are my pronouns.”

Additionally, the students destroyed other decorations, including the quote from American playwright Tennessee Williams, signage saying the school was a “safe space” and “equality for everyone” decorations.

Parents of the students said that the children felt forced to participate and offended by the Tennessee Williams quote that reiterated that the human heart is “curved like a road through the mountains” and only lines and streets can be straight.

“Kids know when they’re being groomed and I’m proud of these kids for resisting!” Rogan O’Handley wrote on Twitter.

However, instead of supporting one set of parents people and their children, Superintendent of Burlington Public Schools Eric Conti released a letter smearing them as homophobes.

“I recognize that discussions and celebrations of individual identity are complex and impacted by individual values, religions and cultural norms, the result of which may include expressions of racism, anti-religious hate, ableism and, in this case, homophobia,” he wrote.

Other members of the LGBT cult also criticized any challenge opposing radical propaganda for sexual deviancy.

“These displays of intolerance and homophobia are unacceptable and impact the whole community,” Burlington Equity Coalition Co-Chair, Nancy Bonassera, said.

In addition, the parents who support the grooming of children stated that the DEI board that was dissolved in 2022 should be reinstated.

The school itself also had a meeting with students after the backlash to “educate them about how their behaviors affect others, to take responsibility for their behaviors and to help us become a more inclusive community where all of us feel that we belong,” according to Burlington School Committee Chairwoman Martha Simon.

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