Recusant: one who resists authority
For the nerdy:
Recusant (rek´yǝ zǝnt, ri kyōō´zǝnt) adj.
1. refusing to submit, comply, &c.
2. obstinate in refusal.
–n. 3. a person who is recusant.
[from the Latin root recūso, v.: to decline,
reject, refuse, demur, or object]
For the super nerdy:
In England, during the reigns of King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I, all those persons who refused to convert to the official state religion were called 'recusants.'
Fun fact: William Shakespeare's father, John Shakespeare, was a famous recusant, and is so described in an official government list from 1592.