4 years ago5,000+ Views

Talk about being brave!!!!

Meet Zea, a 1st grader who was attending ComFest music festival in Ohio. A preacher came there talking about his views against same-sex marriage, and Zea was there volunteering with her dad, as she does every year. She was on her way to get some pizza when she saw him, stopped, and held her flag up to him. She didn't say a word, just high fived people as they came by to support her.
Her dad posted about the event on his Facebook:
"Zea didn't just flash the flag at that hatemonger and bail. They went toe-to-toe, for several minutes, while he bellowed all of his fire and brimstone right in her face. Grown man vs. first grader. She told me afterward that she did feel scared. The one thing the people of #comfest2015 never let her feel though? Alone."
Now, as usual, the comments section on this video on Youtube is full of hate, surprisingly a lot of it aimed at the girls' parents for teaching her something "she can't possibly understand." I'm pretty sure we teach every child things they might not understand, and later in life they can learn to question those beliefs.
Surely, though, its a good thing that parents encourage their children to be tolerant and accept people regardless of their sexual preference...

Anyways, you rock Zea!!

@hikaymm Her braids really add to the toughness! @LizArnone Yeah YT comments are kind of like the scum of the earth/internet trolls these days but I think she is being taught to be accepting of others and that's awesome like you said!!!
i love this so much!! of course youtubers would comment hate but kids are born loving everyone and everything, they are taught to hate so I'm pretty sure her parents are doing nothing wrong !
She looks so tough I love it!!
that I really awesome
@gparkski I know!!! She's so cool