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“Equality Is Not Enough”

Posted by V the K at 1:33 pm - June 18, 2017.
Filed under: Coalition of the Oppressed

Lesbian and Gay Bullying Totalitarians (LGBT) are demanding rainbow-painted cross-walks in major cities across the USA, as a token of societal submission to their political power.

It may seem harmless, except for the additional cost of maintenance to taxpayers, but you know, every other group is going to demand their own crosswalks painted in their tribal colors. Brown and Black for the BLM racists. White, orange, and green for the Mexican colonists.  Pink for Susan Koman Breast Cancer Scammers.

The left is obsessed with symbolism. And they demand that everyone else pay tribute.

On a related note, the rainbow flag (‘Old Gloria’) has been deemed racist, and is now being replaced, officially (and with the blessing of the Democrat Party) by a new ‘Crayola Box’ flag that includes black and brown. Because obviously, the old flag was only for white gay people. So, all of you old queens who’ve been waving this symbol of White Supremacy around for so many years should immediately report to your local Democrat Commissarr to denounce yourselves.

Meanwhile, back at the pride parade: Hmm, there’s a lot of homophobic people out there, how should I dispel stereotypes and show them I’m just a normal guy?” NSFW

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  1. Can’t they just paint a few with a big picture of an a-hole then it can be for all of the Leftists.

    Comment by Sandra — June 18, 2017 @ 2:28 pm - June 18, 2017

  2. Wasn’t the whole idea of the rainbow flag that it was inclusive of everyone?

    Comment by TAD — June 18, 2017 @ 4:52 pm - June 18, 2017

  3. ROYGBIV has become ROYGBellBivDevoe.

    I stole that.

    Comment by V the K — June 18, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - June 18, 2017

  4. I was under the impression that the flag was already rainbow to be inclusive. Silly me. But doesn’t the ordering of the colors imply that blackness takes precedent over gayness?

    I find it amusing how quickly the Leftist outlets have started distributing the marching orders. And not in a “We know we’re all used to the old pride flag, but here’s why the new one is better/we’re using it” way, but a “If you don’t love the new pride flag, you’re a neo-Nazi” way. Or here’s a crazy idea: why does the old pride flag have to be replaced? Why exactly has its continued use been rendered obsolete or politically incorrect? Every subset of the GLBT community has their own pride flag. Why not do the same for black GLBT? Why does a flag that specifically draws attention to the condition of being black now the norm?

    Comment by Sean L — June 18, 2017 @ 6:03 pm - June 18, 2017

  5. There will be some serious fireworks on moslem day. GLBT attack Cardinals over Christian day.

    http://www.vivaliberty.com/st-louis-cardinals-resist-lgbtq-outcry-over-christian-day/

    There is a really funny cartoon of a purple haired guy who made the flag saying about our poor brothers * sisters in moslem nations only to be called a white supremacist

    Comment by Steve — June 18, 2017 @ 6:16 pm - June 18, 2017

  6. Oh no. This cannot be.

    Comment by Hanover — June 18, 2017 @ 6:55 pm - June 18, 2017

  7. If they add gray and white, we’ll have a handy reminder for the color code used on electronic parts (e.g. resistor color code).

    That would be much more PC than some of the old ways (Bad Boys… but Violet Gives…).

    Comment by KCRob — June 18, 2017 @ 7:25 pm - June 18, 2017

  8. If they add gray and white, we’ll have a handy reminder for the color code used on electronic parts (e.g. resistor color code).

    Anything with “resist” in the name is bound to be a hit! Just throw in a hashtag and watch it fly off the shelves.

    P.S. The “Bear Flag” already had a more or less complete range of “human flesh and hair tones.”

    Comment by Throbert McGee — June 18, 2017 @ 10:14 pm - June 18, 2017

  9. @ Throbert McGee: Yes, it’s always been my understanding that the “bear flag” was kind of also the GLBT racial acceptance flag. But then, my (limited) exposure to the bear community is that they are more laid-back than the more “typical” gay community.

    Comment by Sean L — June 19, 2017 @ 12:09 am - June 19, 2017

  10. I am not sure what the browns and blacks represent in the Bear flag. I always thought it represented fur colors.

    Comment by The Gentle Grizzly — June 19, 2017 @ 1:43 am - June 19, 2017

  11. KCRob (#7). Thank you. I was trying to remember the name for that, but couldn’t remember. I think the last time I had to read that code for other than to see if I still could (no), I was assembling a Heathkit kit.

    Comment by TheQuietMan — June 19, 2017 @ 2:05 am - June 19, 2017

  12. Isn’t “black” the absence of color?

    Comment by fortdixmike — June 19, 2017 @ 5:02 am - June 19, 2017

  13. @ The Gentle Grizzly: The colors of the Bear Flag are supposed to represent the most common skin and hair colors.

    Comment by Sean L — June 19, 2017 @ 7:44 am - June 19, 2017

  14. But then, my (limited) exposure to the bear community is that they are more laid-back than the more “typical” gay community.

    You need more exposure. While that is true on a basic level, I’ve seen just as much bitchiness and shallowness and attitude from the bear community as I have the S&M crowd (that would be the ‘stand and model’ community). In larger settings where both are present, I tend to avoid interaction with either (particularly since I fit into neither).

    Isn’t “black” the absence of color?

    No, black is the presence of ALL colors. Take the current colors of the rainbow flag represented as paint and mix them altogether. What will result will be closer to black. White is actually the absence of color, which is why in many Eastern cultures, it is the color of mourning, as it represents the absence of color and thus the absence of the person which colored the lives of those around the decedent.

    Comment by RSG — June 19, 2017 @ 8:34 am - June 19, 2017

  15. But RSG, in light white is the combination of all colors. A rainbow is what you get when you separate the colors. And Democrats have been trying to separate the colors since the beginning of the Democratic Party.

    Comment by Juan — June 19, 2017 @ 8:53 am - June 19, 2017

  16. Black is the presence of all colors in terms of pigment. White is the presence of all colors in terms of light. Since there’s some confusion. 😉

    Comment by Sean L — June 19, 2017 @ 9:07 am - June 19, 2017

  17. “On a related note, the rainbow flag (‘Old Gloria’) has been deemed racist, and is now being replaced, officially (and with the blessing of the Democrat Party) by a new ‘Crayola Box’ flag that includes black and brown. Because obviously, the old flag was only for white gay people. So, all of you old queens who’ve been waving this symbol of White Supremacy around for so many years should immediately report to your local Democrat Commissarr to denounce yourselves.”

    ROFLMAO…….thanks for the laugh

    Comment by rjligier — June 19, 2017 @ 2:43 pm - June 19, 2017

  18. @14, Rsg, I’ve had enough exposure to know who and what they truly are. The shallowness and bitchiness is even worse at bear events, Ptown bear week, and at bars. I’m attracted the bears but not the bear community.

    Comment by Pawfurbehr — June 20, 2017 @ 3:30 pm - June 20, 2017

  19. Black is the ABSENCE of all color.

    In vision, white is composed of all colors, or at least enough colors to equally stimulate the three types of cone color receptors in your eyes.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cone_cell

    Black is the lack of stimulation of either your cone color receptors or your rod luminosity receptors.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_cell

    Note that when light is suffiently dim, cone cells stop working and you can’t see color (this happens when you look at stars or moonlit landscapes).

    In photography, cameras operate like the cone cells in eyes, with red, green, and blue color sensors, and sometimes with additional sensors to record more subtle color variations. Color displays (TVs, computer and smartphone phone screens) operate in reverse, emitting red, green, and blue to get white, no colors for black.

    In photographic printing and art on paper, you can combine cyan, magenta, and yellow to get black, though the result is generally a bit muddy, so usually printers and artists just use actual black ink rather than relying on color mixing.

    Comment by Nash Montana — June 21, 2017 @ 1:00 am - June 21, 2017

  20. One other thing is that the bear crowd tends to attract a lot of seedy characters in their crowds

    Comment by Pawfurbehr — June 25, 2017 @ 4:11 pm - June 25, 2017

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