California Students Threatened for Objecting to Pride Video in Math Class

If you tell a liberal that you don’t discriminate and don’t want to see sexual identity politics imposed upon your children, they will probably respond with “Nobody is forcing anything on you, we’re just celebrating all people.”

All the Pride events, sexualized products in stores, and countless drag shows for kids are just ways to show our tolerance towards all Americans, don’t you think?

Watch this 29-second clip posted by Robby Starbuck, a former Tennessee congressional candidate and music video director who is also a popular conservative commentator. Huntington Beach students in CA push back on a video with a theme of pride. The teacher is enraged and threatens them with extra Saturday classes if they persist.

It’s coercion. It’s funded by taxpayers.

The clip shows two females gazing into each other’s eyes, and perhaps even stroking each other’s arms.


Robby Starbuck confirmed that the video was authentic, explaining that two students from the 10th grade had DM’d and sent him a message. When asked if he has anything else to say, Robby Starbuck replied:

The video itself is enough to comment on. Amazing.

He is right. These kids are clearly sick of being pushed this agenda day after day. One child cries out, “Stop!”

Why are you showing it to children? Another shouted.

The teacher, who sounds like he’s straight out of a Pink Floyd tune, admonishes the students to not question what they are being forced to see.

Hey! I’ll give you all Saturday school next year if you are going to be inappropriate. Knock it off.

You can either bow down to the ideology or pay the price. Look at what we say.

It’s a follow-up to an article I wrote earlier in the month about a California teacher who had been placed on leave after teaching minors the finer details of anal sex and giving them advice on where they could buy sex toys. We have receipts that prove these things didn’t happen.

I found the Facebook account for the person who was probably the parent of the student that made the video. In the interest of her privacy, I have chosen not to link it. She wrote on Sunday:

Last night, [Name redacted] told me that she was afraid she had done the wrong thing when she took the video. This is how young people can be made to feel bad and lose their innocence. This is a good time for the evil to take over. Here is the main lesson.

One user said, “She did what she should have done!”

The video shown to the children was part of a cute, well-produced, student-made rah tribute made by the students as part of the award-winning Bolt TV project. This episode featured various sports achievements and fun events which occurred during the year, while also encouraging seniors to attend the graduation rehearsal.

This is a great mashup of their school year and fun. The ten-minute video is filled with stories of which teachers will be most missed and great sporting moments. These are all the highlights from their high school years. At the 2:15 mark, everything changes.

It suddenly turns somber. As dramatic music is played, a voice with a slightly frightened tone frets.

JUNE. The start of summer.

[Long tense Pause.]

June is more than just the start of summer. It’s a time to talk about acceptance, love, and change. This month is Pride Month.

She found that some of the people who helped her to give back to the community were former Edison students. She claims that the first kiss she had was with a girl.

[Various pictures of relationships are shown; it’s interesting to note that they seem to be all girl-on-girl.]

My mother was the only one who supported me. She found people like her who could relate to her. Be proud of who you are and fight on, no matter what others say.

[Another long and ponderous silence.]

We want all students to feel comfortable at Edison, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender. Be proud of your identity, whether you’re openly gay, closed-minded, or just an ally.

[Plays a clip showing a group of people with glitter on their faces.]

Don’t forget the most important thing: love one another. Enjoy the month of Pride.

The video returns quickly to its original theme of school pride as if the moment had never occurred.

Here, I will not even debate the message. What the hell does this have anything to do with math, I ask? Did they show the whole uplifting message or just this section? It felt as if the school administration had ordered the students to include this part.

As if I was watching a movie, and then it switched to a completely different one.

It’s clear that it has nothing to do about mathematics. So, my next question: Did you celebrate the gender identity and sexual preferences of all of the other students if you were going to take a break from your important studies? No. No.

Who are those who hope to fall in love with a partner of the opposite gender and start a family someday? There is no special segment for them.

Even in the ultra-woke state of California, it’s fascinating to see how students at what appears to be an idyllic Huntington Beach High School have had enough. Acceptance and tolerance are two different things, but bowing down to the pride flag 24-7 is quite another. Even in the bluest state, people ask: “Can you slow down on this stuff?”

Can’t we just graduate without having to talk about sex and gender the entire time?