Students Protest THIS Transgender Policy (VIDEO)

( – In a hopeful and encouraging sign that America’s children can rise up to beat back the insanity of transgenderism, high school students in Loudoun County, Virginia, have staged a walkout protest against “gender-neutral,” far-left bathroom and locker room policies.

Students at a high school in Loudoun County, Virginia, organized a protest on Wednesday against a school policy that permits biological male students to access girls’ locker rooms and restrooms.

The demonstration was in response to Policy 8040, which asserts the district’s commitment to “providing an equitable, safe and inclusive learning environment for all students regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, gender identity or gender expression.”

This policy also includes provisions that allow for the confidentiality of a student’s gender identity from their parents, should the student request it, and grants permission for boys to participate in girls’ sports, as well as access to girls’ locker rooms and restrooms for biological males.

Footage of the protest captured students singing the American national anthem as they exited their classrooms at precisely 11:56 a.m., The Daily Caller reports.

The report notes this isn’t the first instance of student-led activism in Loudoun County; in 2021, there was a walkout in response to the district’s perceived lack of action regarding an incident involving a “gender-fluid” student accused of inappropriate conduct towards a female student.

Additionally, a lawsuit has been filed against Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) by a former student, alleging that the district concealed a sexual assault against her in a school bathroom in 2021.

This case gained further attention when the girl’s father, Scott Smith, was arrested for disorderly conduct during a board meeting where he publicly demanded the district acknowledge its concealment of the assault.

The student’s allegation states that she was attacked by a male wearing a skirt, with the school initially informing her parents that she had been “beaten up.”

In a notable turn of events, the girl’s father was granted a pardon by Virginia’s Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin in September.

Controversy also surrounds Loudoun County Superintendent Scott Ziegler, who is alleged to have played a significant role in obscuring the details of these assaults.

Despite the turmoil, Ziegler received a $28,000 salary increase, justified by his evaluation as “proficient.”

This decision has incited considerable anger among parents, who are calling for Ziegler’s resignation due to his management of sexual assault cases within the school.