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Pride Event Sparks Fight Outside Elementary School

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proposing legislation restricting the freedoms of the LGBTQ+ community, such as Tennessee banning public drag shows. Boycotts of organizations becoming involved in social issues have abounded, and public schools also have been pulled into the discussion after some conservative states, like Florida, have outlawed gender identity education.Other schools, like Saticoy Elementary School in California, have expressed support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Some parents have become outraged at the prospect of teaching children about sexual preferences, arguing that the topic is one that ought to be taught by the parent rather than in a classroom.

In the case of Saticoy Elementary School, parents opposing the topic conducted a protest on school grounds on Friday. The protest resulted in fights between protestors and a conflicting group that was on the scene to show support for the LGBTQ+ community.After learning that Saticoy Elementary School was planning a Gay Pride Spirit/Rainbow Day Assembly on June 2, parents opposed to the decision formed an Instagram account called Saticoy Elementary Parents.

The account proposed that parents should keep their children home from school on June 2 to peacefully protest the decision.Unrest has grown regarding the topic of LGBTQ+ acceptance and education after a Pride flag belonging to a transgender teacher and displayed on campus was burned and then left on school property in May, according to a report by the Los Angeles Times.Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime, but the parents attending Friday's protest denied involvement.Newsweek reached out to the account through an Instagram message for comment.On Friday, people protesting outside of the school carried signs with messages.

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