Mrs. is a TikTok educator who has turned into a web sensation. Gillingsworth could be in some hot water.
TikTok previously dispatched in 2016 and from that point forward there have been incalculable patterns, viral recordings, moves and plans made. While TikTok is, as a general rule, where individuals discover new or amusing patterns, its clients can now and again land themselves in a tough situation with their substance.
One more day, another TikTok dramatization moves through the web. The most recent debate from the application originates from a viral secondary teacher known as Mrs. Gillingsworth in the entirety of her online media handles, however a few outlets have revealed she is here and there known as Mrs. Hollingsworth also.
Teacher mocks the American Flag and suggests to students they can say the Pledge of Allegiance to the pride flag: pic.twitter.com/1QTS5xjPln— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) August 27, 2021
WHO IS @MRSGILLINGSWORTH?
Mrs Gillingsworth, AKA Kristen Pitzen, is an educator from Orange County, California.
Albeit via web-based media her handle is @MrsGillingsworth, it shows up from different reports that her name is known as Mrs Hollingsworth, as well.
The English instructor could already be found under the handle @mrsgillingsworth, nonetheless, she doesn’t give off an impression of being on Instagram, TikTok or LinkedIn at the hour of composing.
In a since-erased TikTok video reposted by “Libs of Tiktok” on Twitter, secondary teacher Kristin Pitzen, otherwise called Mrs. Gillingsworth, recommended her understudies say the Pledge of Allegiance to a pride banner.
In the video, Mrs. Gillingsworth says, “During third period they do the Pledge of Allegiance. I generally tell my class, ‘stand in the event that you feel as it, don’t stand in the event that you feel like it, say the words assuming you need, don’t need to say the words.’ So my class chose to stand however not say the words. Thoroughly fine. With the exception of the way that my room doesn’t have a banner.”
MRS GILLINGSWORTH’S VIRAL VIDEO EXPLORED
According to the video reposted by Libs of TikTok on Twitter, Mrs Gillingsworth’s video saw her say:
“During third period they do the vow of devotion. I generally tell my class ‘stand on the off chance that you feel like it, dont stand on the off chance that you feel like it, say the words assuming you need, don’t need to say the words’. So my class chose to stand yet not say the words. thoroughly fine. With the exception of the way that my room doesn’t have a banner. It used to be there yet I brought it down during Covid in light of the fact that it made me feel awkward and I stored it… and I havent discovered it yet.
“My child today goes ‘hello its sort of strange that we simply stand and afterward we say it to nothing’. Meanwhile, I tell this child, we do have a banner in the class that you can promise loyalty to and he goes goodness that one?”
The educator then, at that point coordinates to a pride banner which is hanging in the homeroom.
DID MRS GILLINGSWORTH DELETE TIKTOK?
While a Twitter account called @libsoftiktok has shared Mrs Gillingsworth’s unique TikToks, apparently the educator can at this point don’t be found on the web-based media webpage.
The school that the educator is said to work at took to Twitter on August 28th to say: “An individual post by an instructor about the American banner is causing alert/concern. Regarding our banner is a worth we impart in understudies and is an assumption for our staff. We take this matter with outrageous earnestness and are researching and tending to it.”
Therfore, all things considered, Mrs Gillingworth has suspended her online media use because of the school “examining and tending to” her post.