Rainbows Belong to Everybody

I think it’s a good thing. Simple, unmessed with rainbows belong to everybody. By the way, has anybody explained the extreme attraction of small kids to rainbows?

12 thoughts on “Rainbows Belong to Everybody

  1. If this doesn’t represent how overly complicated and ridiculous the whole movement has become, I don’t know what else does.


    1. “how overly complicated and ridiculous the whole movement has become”

      So the question is why corporate interests are pushing it so hard? My answer is that it’s all about inducing cognitive dissonance. When people have internalized a reality in which women have penises and men can give birth then believing other contradictory things becomes that much easier.
      So…. generalizing to vaccines… True Believers can simultaneously believe that every. single. person. must! be vaccinated to stop the pandemic and that being vaccinated doesn’t significantly reduce the likelihood of getting or transmitting the virus (until every single person is vaccinated and then some).
      The more contradictory things people believe the easier they are to manipulate.


      1. “Formerly there were those who said: You believe things that are incomprehensible, inconsistent, impossible because we have commanded you to believe them; go then and do what is injust because we command it. Such people show admirable reasoning. Truly, whoever can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities. If the God-given understanding of your mind does not resist a demand to believe what is impossible, then you will not resist a demand to do wrong to that God-given sense of justice in your heart. As soon as one faculty of your soul has been dominated, other faculties will follow as well. And from this derives all those crimes of religion which have overrun the world.”


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  2. Few more years and this flag will be such a visual atrocity with all kinds of shapes and colors piled up that people will be ashamed to display it. It will be the end of pride month.


    1. I’m looking forward to that day. At this point there’s nothing left to salvage, just scrap the whole thing. It’s sad how much of gay culture has been ruined by woke liberals.

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    1. Intersex is a real thing, fairly rare, that some people are born with. The term covers the whole spectrum of kids born with ambiguous genitalia (slightly easier to deal with since genetic testing came along), the various shades of hermaphrodite (where both types of gonadal tissue are present from birth), some screwy chromosomal disorders like XXX and XXY people, and I think some types of hormonal disorders.

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      1. “Intersex is a real thing, fairly rare”

        True. But I suspect in this case it doesn’t have anything to do with physical reality (that would be a weird time to start thinking about that). It’s more about ‘non-binary’ craft identities that make a person really special and unique and signal consumer orientation.


        1. Yeah, I think out of all the alphabet-soup initials, intersex people have the most legit claim for legal relief (being able to choose their sex on legal documents, or have a sex-neutral legal designation). Which is of course why they’re included– so all the other initials can try to absorb their legitimacy by osmosis or something. IMO, they’re also the least likely to choose to claim their status as an identity, rather than simply an awkward medical condition. I really wonder how many of them want to be part of the queer rainbow, vs. wishing not to be associated with it.


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