This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
Public schools across America have been following Joe Biden's pro-LGBT campaign, with emphasis on the transgender, closely.
He's made it one of the key points for his entire presidency, and while it's hard, sometimes schools even have been getting ahead of his ideology.
Now there's even evidence of resistance on the part of students subjected to the far-left lessons of the belief system.
According to the Daily Wire, it happened in Massachusetts where middle-schoolers revolted against a Pride campaign, insisting that their pronouns are "U.S.A." and tearing down Pride-promoting decorations.
The school responded as it would, apparently, to anyone opposing its political and social agenda, by lashing out at the students for their "intolerance and homophobia."
Christine Steiner said her own daughter simply didn't want to wear an LGBT-promoting sticker to school. And she said her daughter felt forced to participate and was offended by some of the messaging by the pro-LGBT campaign adopted by school officials.
The events developed at Marshall Simonds Middle School, where officials lashed out not only at their students but also parents of students.
Instead of wearing rainbow-colored clothing, as school officials instructed, students had worn wore red, white, and blue, and changed "U.S.A. are my pronouns." They took down LGBT posters.
Subsequently, Burlington Supt. Eric Conti complained that he would not tolerate the opinions of protesting students. To parents, he said, "We recognize that intolerance can manifest in many different ways, and unfortunately our school community experienced intolerance during the school day on Friday. Students who participated in the Spectrum Club led a celebration of National Pride Month that included posters in support of identity pride, and other symbols of LGBTQ+ identity such as rainbow flags and clothing.
"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 said.
The report noted Principal Cari Perchase also expressed an unwillingness to tolerate the opinions of those protesting, complaining about the "intolerance" they expressed.