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pink/white/blue represents the gender binary and white people(?)

“Modern” rainbow flag: black and brown stripes with the rainbow. Is it that the rainbow did not include black and brown people?also why is race confounded with gay activism? I’m very supportive of black activism and gay rights, but they are by no means equivalent..

The black/brown/pink/blue/white arrow penetrating the rainbow. TRAs invading gay spaces using gender and claiming to speak for minorities.

Edit: I didn’t get into all of the other derivative flags, but of course they annoy me too. I don’t personally support anything other than the rainbow flag, which is supposed to be inclusive

pink/white/blue represents the gender binary and white people(?) “Modern” rainbow flag: black and brown stripes with the rainbow. Is it that the rainbow did not include black and brown people?also why is race confounded with gay activism? I’m very supportive of black activism and gay rights, but they are by no means equivalent.. The black/brown/pink/blue/white arrow penetrating the rainbow. TRAs invading gay spaces using gender and claiming to speak for minorities. Edit: I didn’t get into all of the other derivative flags, but of course they annoy me too. I don’t personally support anything other than the rainbow flag, which is supposed to be inclusive

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[–] WholeGrain 5 points (+5|-0)

The hilarious thing about the black and brown stripes being added was that black people added them in Philadelphia to have people pay attention to race-based discrimination happening. And then. They took it and made it mainstream. "The black and brown stripes don't represent skin color" they claim, and yet the origins say otherwise.

Also people want to be credited with being the creators of a widely used flag so bad they forgot why they were made in the first place.