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ALDERGROVE, British Columbia (LifeSiteNews) — A LGBT activist verbally and physically attacked Canadians gathering to protect children from LGBT indoctrination in schools.

Video footage from July 18 exposes an unidentified “transgender” individual spitting on, cursing, shoving, and grabbing phones from Freedom Party of British Columbia protesters who assembled to condemn the “sexualization of children.”

“This is the price we pay for standing up for children,” Amrit Birring, leader of the Freedom Party of British Columbia, said in a Facebook post describing the incident.

“And we shall continue with double the resolve. Children must be protected. And if parents don’t protect them, then who will!” he added.

A group of parents and concerned residents had gathered in the parking lot at Aldergrove Fair holding pro-family signs and handing out pamphlets when a passerby began to curse and scream at them.

The individual, demanding to be referred to by the pronouns they/them, wore shorts and a sports bra and claimed to be a woman despite having a deep voice.

According to Birring, a pro-family protester approached the individual who spat in his face. In the scuffle that ensued, the LGBT protester was punched in the nose.

The individual “started chasing (the protester) first and anyone from our side, knocking down flyers from our hands, taking off [his] shirt to prove that ‘they’ are a woman, knocked down phones from our hands,” Birring said.

When another pro-family protester’s phone fell to the ground, it was immediately snatched by the attacker’s friend.

The assailant was eventually taken down by the protester before the arrival of police, who failed to retrieve the phone from the other LGBT activist.

It is unclear if any arrests were made.

Despite the attack, the Freedom Party has continued to organize protests across the province to protect children from LGBT ideology in schools.

Created in 2023, the party aims to restore “medical freedom, religious freedom, financial freedom, or individual rights.”

The movement also works to provide “freedom of choice for children’s education free of indoctrination.”

The British Columbia attack is only the most recent in a wave of violence from LGBT activists.

In another recent incident during a “Transgender Day of Visibility” rally in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canadian father Chris Elston, while peacefully opposing gender ideology, was grabbed by the throat, thrown to the ground and punched.

In June, pro-family Canadians clashed with Antifa and pro-LGBT activists at a protest in Ottawa, resulting in police arresting five people, including one pro-LGBT counter-protester who was caught on film punching an elderly man.

From threatening students to running anti-hate seminars, LGBT activists seem to be frantically searching for ways to stop the ever-increasing pro-family protests, many of which are led by children.

In July, pro-family protesters clashed with LGBT activists as residents protested the Greater Essex County District School Board’s controversial gender policy and decision to ban the public from board meetings.

Also in July, hundreds of Christian and Muslim parents gathered in Calgary to protest LGBT propaganda in schools.

Similarly, high school students from schools in Quebec and Ontario have torn down “Pride” flags amid cheers from fellow students.

In late June, Toronto-area students protested the same month outside a high school that reportedly suspended students for stating there are only two genders.

Similarly, Ottawa Longfields-Davidson High School students organized a walkout despite opposition from the school’s administration.