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Does the world knows what it means

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tigger398

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Does world really beleve that the rainbow means your gay or do they truly know the meaning of the rainbow and why it's there.



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As far as the covenant God made with Earth goes, I think most unbelievers don't know what the rainbow reminds us (Christians) of unless they read that passage in the Bible.

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How did the rainbow become associated with homosexuality? I never heard that. The rainbow is a sign from God that He won't destroy the world with a flood again. I would guess most people don't know this.



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the rainbow flag was designed to represent the gay community back in 1978 and it is the official gay pride (gag!) flag for the LGBT community today.



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Blessings tigger

 

A rainbow flag is a multi-colored flag consisting of the colors of the rainbow. The actual colors shown differ, but many of the designs are based on the traditional scheme of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet, or some more modern division of the rainbow spectrum (often excluding indigo, and sometimes including cyan instead).

The use of rainbow flags has a long tradition; they are displayed in many cultures around the world as a sign of diversity and inclusiveness, of hope and of yearning.

There are several independent rainbow flags in use today. The most widely known worldwide is the pride flag representing gay pride. The peace flag is especially popular in Italy and the cooperative flag symbolizes the international co-operative movement. It is also used by Andean people to represent the legacy of the Inca Empire (Wiphala) and Andean movements.





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