Parents Protest Transgender Policy At VA School Board Meeting

Jessica Kramer | September 29, 2021
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As the Loudoun County, VA school board prepared for its regular meeting on Tuesday, rally-goers outside protested the board’s recent actions. 

Parents told MRCTV that among the items they are upset about, is the school policy requiring staff to refer to students by their preferred pronouns and allowing transgenders into bathrooms and locker rooms that don’t match their biological gender.

“I'm here because I am sick and tired of the propaganda and the left's agenda being pushed on our kids,” one parent told MRCTV. 



“I just want my kids to be able to go to school and get a good education. I actually used to be a public school teacher and I would not go back in the environment that is there now. I just don't like it – it’s totally political. You know, they took God out of schools and the devil took his place from my opinion.”



Some parents were able to get inside the meeting to express other concerns including pornography and possible vaccine mandates. 

To hear more voices from Tuesday’s protest watch the videos above.