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𝗝  𝗢  𝗡  𝗔  𝗛 🇬🇧 (@jonahadefay) Instagram Profile Photo
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𝗝 𝗢 𝗡 𝗔 𝗛 🇬🇧

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Alex Henderson

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Jacob Aquilina

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Adderly Sebastián

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LindaSRP🌻🌜🌞

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Kool Breed🌱

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Holly Hubbard

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Swinburne

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Bresner Cammareri IP

- The correct answer was A: The American and French Flag!⠀ ⠀ Indeed, it appears that Gilbert Baker, the designer behind the Pride Flag, thought of the US flag and of the French flag for his most famous creation. The artist has in fact confirmed: “I thought of the American flag with its thirteen stripes and thirteen stars, the colonies breaking away from England to form the United States. I thought of the vertical red, white, and blue tricolor from the French Revolution and how both flags owed their beginnings to a riot, a rebellion, or revolution. I thought a gay nation should have a flag too, to proclaim its own idea of power. As a community, both local and international, gay people were in the midst of an upheaval, a battle for equal rights, a shift in status where we were now demanding power, taking it. This was our new revolution: a tribal, individualistic, and collective vision. It deserved a new symbol” (for more on the history of the Pride Flag, check out the Gilbert Baker Estate’s website).⠀ ⠀ Despite being universally recognized as his most famous work, Gilbert Baker purposely never copyrighted the Pride Flag as he thought it should belong to the people; not only, it appears that in 1978 he successfully opposed an advocacy organization’s attempt to register the flag as a trademark.⠀ ⠀ Happy pride month from the BCIP Team!⠀ ----------------------------------⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ #pride

Throwback with Bea Arthur. Prints, Tshirts, mugs and more are available on my shops. Visit my Redbubble shop by clicking the link on my bio page or visiting my website at gregkrobertson.com • • • #pride

Cashley (Cara + Ashley) 🏳️‍🌈❤️ (@cashleyalerts) Instagram Profile Photo
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Cashley (Cara + Ashley) 🏳️‍🌈❤️

Ashley at the @carnivalrow premiere ♥️♥️ For daily updates on cashley follow me @cashleyalerts Tags 🙌🏻😊 • • • • • • 💋 🖤 #pride 💕🏳️‍🌈 + ❤️🧡💛💚💙

Bresner Cammareri IP (@bre_snercammareri_ip) Instagram Profile Photo
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Bresner Cammareri IP

- The correct answer was A: The American and French Flag!⠀ ⠀ Indeed, it appears that Gilbert Baker, the designer behind the Pride Flag, thought of the US flag and of the French flag for his most famous creation. The artist has in fact confirmed: “I thought of the American flag with its thirteen stripes and thirteen stars, the colonies breaking away from England to form the United States. I thought of the vertical red, white, and blue tricolor from the French Revolution and how both flags owed their beginnings to a riot, a rebellion, or revolution. I thought a gay nation should have a flag too, to proclaim its own idea of power. As a community, both local and international, gay people were in the midst of an upheaval, a battle for equal rights, a shift in status where we were now demanding power, taking it. This was our new revolution: a tribal, individualistic, and collective vision. It deserved a new symbol” (for more on the history of the Pride Flag, check out the Gilbert Baker Estate’s website).⠀ ⠀ Despite being universally recognized as his most famous work, Gilbert Baker purposely never copyrighted the Pride Flag as he thought it should belong to the people; not only, it appears that in 1978 he successfully opposed an advocacy organization’s attempt to register the flag as a trademark.⠀ ⠀ Happy pride month from the BCIP Team!⠀ ----------------------------------⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ #pride

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Suki Sandhu OBE

Throwback to an arson attack in New Orleans in 1973 on a gay bar called The Upstairs Lounge where 32 people died. . . It’s a tragic reminder of hate against the LGBT community. . . Last night, I watched a play called the View Upstairs in the @sohotheatre based on this true story. . . I felt sad, angry and tearful afterwards but today I’m ready to fight for our human rights as we can’t take them for granted. Ever. Particularly, when the world around us seems to be falling apart. . . Stand in solidarity and fight back. Now.

Бои без правил на песке (@strelkakavkaz) Instagram Profile Photo
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Бои без правил на песке

Не пугайтесь 😉😉😉😉 это все-навсего QR-код нашей группы в whats’app в которой общаются все наши бойцы и организаторы. Ждём всех, кому интересен наш проект. Никакого спама, общение на тему турниров, предложения по их улучшению, обсуждение планов развития проекта и с бойцами. . #PRIDE

Cashley (Cara + Ashley) 🏳️‍🌈❤️ (@cashleyalerts) Instagram Profile Photo
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Cashley (Cara + Ashley) 🏳️‍🌈❤️

Cara at the @carnivalrow premiere 😭🙌♥️ For daily updates on cashley follow me @cashleyalerts Tags 🙌🏻😊 • • • • • • 💋 🖤 #pride 💕🏳️‍🌈 + ❤️🧡💛💚💙

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