About 100 Buford Middle School students left their school building in support of “gay rights” (as shouted by one student), laughing, giggling, cursing, and taking selfies along the way.

What seemed like a party was supposed to be an act of defiance against Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s recently released “2022 Model Policies on the Privacy, Dignity, and Respect for All Students and Parents in Virginia’s Public Schools.”

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