BOSTON (AP) — Protesters arrested at a counter-demonstration to a “straight pride” parade are due in court.

The Boston Globe reports 36 people were arrested Saturday and they’re scheduled to be arraigned at Boston Municipal Court Tuesday, though prosecutors say it’s unclear whether all would appear.

READ MORE: Sgt. Johanny Rosario Pichardo And 12 Other Service Members To Posthumously Receive Congressional Gold Medal

An organization calling itself Super Happy Fun America announced the parade as Boston celebrated LGBTQ Pride Month earlier this summer, saying it believes straight people are an oppressed majority.

Counter-protesters were kept to the street, a distance away from the Straight Pride Parade participants near the stage on City Hall Plaza (WBZ-TV)

READ MORE: FDA Panel Votes To Back Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine For Kids 5-To-11

Counter-demonstrators accused those organizers of promoting an atmosphere of violence toward the LGBTQ community. They outnumbered the parade crowd.

Several arguments and minor fights were reported. Four officers suffered minor injuries.

Boston police said they’ll review officers’ use of force during the demonstrations. A video posted on social media shows two officers using what appears to be pepper spray.

MORE NEWS: Patriots Need To Attack Chargers On The Ground

(© Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)