WATCH: Edison High School pride video sparks outrage online

In this article, we are going to share a very shocking incident with you. The Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California, has faced a lot of anger online as a result of a viral video showing a teacher pressuring students to view a Pride film. A student who was secretly recording the incident in the classroom published the footage yesterday. Students who refused to watch the video were also overheard being threatened by the teacher in charge of the viewing. The incident infuriated online users, who persistently criticized the educational institution.

Edison High School Pride video

Edison High School Pride video

Reddit users discovered that the LGBTQ Pride film had been shown in a math lesson. While seeing the film, which featured a rainbow Pride flag and two women kissing, the kids seemed uneasy. “Why are you showing this to kids?” heard from one student. The unnamed teacher warned the Edison High School pupils that they would have to go to class on Saturday if they didn’t want to view the film even though they were uncomfortable. The instructor said We’ll let you know right away that we’ll have to reduce supervision and send everyone to Saturday school if they act inappropriately. It appears that the film was shown in class to commemorate Pride Month, which is observed in June.

Internet users assert that Tiffany Clark was the instructor who played the video, though this has not been confirmed. Internet users react to the popular Edison High School video. The video startled internet users. Many people questioned why the video was shown in a math session. A number of internet users asked that the Edison High School instructor be fired. Others thought the situation was wrong and stated that they preferred homeschooling kids to prevent incidents like this from happening. The viral video that has been going around the internet was not addressed officially by Edison High School as of the time this article was being written. Conservatives have done their best to minimize the movement as the LGBTQ community celebrates Pride Month.

Outside of a school board meeting in Southern California, a fight recently broke out between supporters and opponents of the LGBT community. The group got together to discuss whether or not June should be acknowledged as Pride Month. A total of 500 individuals attended the event, and several protesters wore t-shirts that stated, “Leave our kids alone.” Once the battle started, 50 police officers were sent to the area. Three persons were detained for delaying police and deploying pepper spray illegally. So this was all about this case. So, Stay tuned to PKB news.

Prakash Israni

Prakash Israni Is a 'self-proclaimed' professional in the ITES industry for 20 years, though prefer being tagged as a novice and a learner.

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