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Liberals in Burlington, MA, Shocked After Middle School Kids Rebel Against School’s LGBT Pride Celebration

Liberals in Burlington, MA, Shocked After Middle School Kids Rebel Against School’s LGBT Pride Celebration

“…groups of students were heard chanting, ‘U.S.A are my pronouns,’ and students glared intimidatingly at faculty members showing pride”

This story is priceless. A middle school in Burlington, Massachusetts, set up a day to celebrate LGBT pride, encouraging kids to wear clothing with rainbows on it, and some students rebelled by wearing red, white, and blue or black. There are also claims that flyers were torn down.

Some people were so triggered by this that town meetings were held with school officials and community members.

WHDH News in Boston reports:

‘Counter message’ protest during Pride Spirit Day at Burlington middle school sparks town-wide discussion

Parents and community members spoke up at a meeting of the Burlington Select Board Monday after an incident at the Marshall Simonds Middle School last week.

The incident happened on Friday when Principal Cari Perchase said “some students had independently organized a counter message to Pride Spirit Day.”

“This became evident in the lunchroom, where several groups of students wore red, white, blue, or black, including face paint,” Perchase wrote in a letter to families.

Perchase said stickers, banners and signs were also torn off walls and crumpled into water fountains.

“…groups of students were heard chanting, ‘U.S.A are my pronouns,’ and students glared intimidatingly at faculty members showing pride,” Perchase continued. “Students were shamed into removing their stickers or covering their clothing with rainbows.”

Community members reacted on Monday.

“I thought Burlington was a safer place,” said parent Carl Foss.

WCVB News spoke to a mother of a girl who was part of the protest.

According to John Sexton of Hot Air, some of the students claimed that the school skipped any mentions of Memorial Day this year. Funny how that didn’t cause an uproar in the town, isn’t it?

You’ll never guess how local leftists are demanding this problem be handled. More DEI training, of course.


After hearing about the incident, Burlington Equity Coalition — a group of local non-profits working to promote diversity and inclusion — put out a statement condemning what happened at the school and calling on town leaders to take action.

The group demanded the school district discipline students involved in the protest and fill the position of diversity, inclusion, and equity (DEI) director for the district — a position that has been open for nearly a year.

It also asked the town’s select board to reinstate a temporary DEI subcommittee that it opted not to continue in February. Instead, Burlington Cable Access Television reports, the board requested and was granted $20,000 for DEI training at the annual Town Meeting in May.

“While this is an opportunity for education for the whole community and a chance to remind residents that every person is important and welcome in our town, we also believe that without any direct and concrete action, these incidents will occur again and increase in severity,” the group wrote.

These kids have been bombarded with messages about tolerance, acceptance, and diversity since they were in preschool. Do the people of Burlington really think they don’t get it? Maybe they’re just getting sick of hearing it.

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“Liberals” If only they were. Good for these kids. Teach your parents well. I’ll have to try and remember the rest of the verse.

SeymourButz | June 15, 2023 at 9:12 am

Isn’t unapologetic self expression one of the hallmarks of “Pride month?” What’s the problem?

    ConradCA in reply to SeymourButz. | June 15, 2023 at 7:48 pm

    The students have pride in the USA and their heterosexual lives. I am sick of a whole moth of homo pride and of black pride. They maybe deserve a day of worship provided that it’s not forced on people.

E Howard Hunt | June 15, 2023 at 9:16 am

Perhaps replacing dodge ball with soggy biscuit at recess was a bridge too far.

Great to see this in Massachusetts of all places

The lines were drawn in middle school.
Many kids are seeing the abusive state for what it is…parents that they hate.

    henrybowman in reply to scooterjay. | June 15, 2023 at 3:40 pm

    “These kids have been bombarded with messages about tolerance, acceptance, and diversity since they were in preschool.”
    And the one constant about kids is that they will rebel against WHATEVER their parents preach.

MA authorities need to enforce its anti-free-speech laws. My goodness, . . . what next, . . . burning a pride flag???? How can the MA disinformation experts allow this??

    Dimsdale in reply to Q. | June 15, 2023 at 11:55 am

    Oh, the left can burn American flags with impunity, and cavort half naked on a crucifix, but God forbid that someone not submit to the woke agenda!

    Face it: the kids simply have transnausea. I see it in schools all the time.

    I am finally proud of Massachusetts. Well some of it, anyway.

      scooterjay in reply to Dimsdale. | June 15, 2023 at 2:59 pm

      I was substitute teaching at a local middle school part-time last year (I gathered enouch anecdotes for an upcoming tome) and noticed them learning to distrust authority and viewing the abuse of the current authority.
      The pendulum swings harder with the adolescent addition of natural harmonic shift.

The vile and stupid Dumb-o-crats can’t understand this simple concept. The “rainbow” flag and “Black Lives Matter” flags are blatantly partisan political symbols and iconography. They have no business being promoted by, or, emblazoned on, schools, government buildings, embassies, etc.


Cultural appropriation, Semantic spacing, Grammatic distancing, Alphabetic isolation..,

Google me this, an alphabet of division, equity, inclusion (DEI) under the Rainbow umbrella of albinophobic symbol and rhetoric.

That said, this month we celebrate the polyamorous love of li0ns, lionesses, and [unPlanned] cubs in gay parade on the African savanna, but probably not on the Isle of Lesbos.

G & B went up the hill to celebrate narcissistic indulgence, B was socially distanced and G came tumbling after.

The kids have measured the pulse (pun intended) of the transgender spectrum.

    scooterjay in reply to n.n. | June 15, 2023 at 3:02 pm

    Joe and Jill went up Ukraine Hill, both with a buck and a quarter.
    Jill came down with $2.50.
    That damn whore.
    The Big Guy had the last laugh, though.

      Hunter didn’t do too bad either. After he came back from hell carrying a laptop, Clapper, Brennan and dozens of other ex-spy agency officials, including former CIA directors Michael Hayden and Leon Panetta. cried out, “Anything that sounds like a rat makes my heart go pit-a-pat.”

This quote from the Burlington Equity Coalition is rich:

“[T]his is . . . a chance to remind residents that every person is important and welcome in our town.”

What they mean, of course, is not “every person”, but “every person who agrees with us.”

Under critical diversity theory (CDT), the grooming effort of Some, Select [Black] Lives… trans/homosexual males with granted authority at schools, churches, scouts, etc., is logically interpolated as a veritable gay parade. Karmic irony.

Wonder how hard the groomers had to push to get that reaction?

The groomers had to have been shoving in from both ends 24-7 to get kids to kick back at them

Fat_Freddys_Cat | June 15, 2023 at 11:01 am

students glared intimidatingly at faculty members showing pride

Heh. I doubt that the intention was intimidation; I’d put it at mere defiance from children coming into an age where defying the grownups is just part of growing up. In any case, adults who are intimidated by children are not real adults.

    Dimsdale in reply to Fat_Freddys_Cat. | June 15, 2023 at 11:58 am

    I worry about the kids that just roll over and play dead, cooperating with the brainwashing.

    They are the ones the groomers will focus on.

    CommoChief in reply to Fat_Freddys_Cat. | June 15, 2023 at 12:23 pm

    Yeah, if someone claims to be a professional educator while simultaneously being intimidated by middle school children there’s a problem. When the kids are fairly united in pushing back against something it might just be a ‘you’ problem not a ‘them’ problem.

    scooterjay in reply to Fat_Freddys_Cat. | June 15, 2023 at 3:06 pm

    It is as if the disassociated teen cannot exist now that THEY are in control.
    Quash them!

    SeiteiSouther in reply to Fat_Freddys_Cat. | June 15, 2023 at 4:23 pm

    How much of a balsa wood spine you have to have to be concerned, or even scared, of middle school students allegedly glaring “threateningly” at faculty members.

    I once caught a squirrel in my attic. The thing started puffing up and thrumming threateningly.

    My wife told the squirrel, “Please, we can end you.”

    Squirrel was released far away from the house, in a better foraging area for them.

The school board is intentionally grooming the children.

“PRIDE” topics should be kept out of our schools.

“PRIDE” is inconsistent with traditional Christian, Jewish, & Muslim teachings,

The school district intends to have the children reject their parents’ theolgy.

Lucifer Morningstar | June 15, 2023 at 11:22 am

. . . students glared intimidatingly at faculty members showing pride”

They’d better watch out with those intimidating glares or AG Garland and the FBI will be designating them “domestic terrorists” just like they did when parents were protesting against various woke agendas being pushed into the schools.

Antifundamentalist | June 15, 2023 at 11:55 am

“Felt coerced to participate” in these pride celebrations. Well, see, that’s the problem. “Inclusion” is letting people alone – they can celebrate whatever tribe they identify with on their own time. The only “pride” celebrations that belong in a school setting are “school pride” where you encourage students to wear school colors to the pep rally. And even then, participation should be voluntary.

    not_a_lawyer in reply to Antifundamentalist. | June 16, 2023 at 2:57 am

    Appreciate your comment but, your comment:

    “Inclusion” is letting people alone”

    This is not true. Is your marriage inclusive? If it is, can I boink your spouse? Or is it exclusive, whereby nobody is allowed to boink your spouse, except you, exclusively? How about your master bedroom? Is that ‘inclusive’, or do you forbid anyone except your spouse into your master bedroom?

    Can I go into the corporate offices of CNN or MSNBC without a valid badge? No? Then they are being exclusive. Only employees of those institutions are allowed in their corporate offices, on pain of being ‘excluded’ by their security staff, by force if necessary. I guess they are not being inclusive.

    This whole notion of ‘inclusivity’ is BS. My home is totally exclusive to me and my invitees.

    Exclusion is the principal function of private property, the ability to exclude. Private property is a foundational aspect of freedom.

    ‘Inclusion’ is meaningless pablum.


Face it: the kids simply have transnausea.
Brilliant. I am stealing this.

Special recognition to the parents of these sane children, outnumbered by the looney leftists.

    henrybowman in reply to MAJack. | June 15, 2023 at 3:43 pm

    That all depends on whether they are proud of their kids, or just as shocked as the teachers.

Richard Aubrey | June 15, 2023 at 9:40 pm

Missing Memorial Day was an “oversight”? Like not noticing Chrstmas is coming. Nope,it was in-your-face USA.

If I can borrow and modify…..

These children that you spit on, as they try and shape their world, they are immune to your consultations, they’re quite aware of what you’re trying to do.