rainbow flag


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rainbow flag

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1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a multicoloured flag used as a symbol of peace; often used to represent gay and lesbian pride
2. (Sociology) a multicoloured flag used as a symbol of peace; often used to represent gay and lesbian pride
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Alex Hancock hung a rainbow flag, a symbol of LGBTQ rights, from the window of his home in Old Trafford ahead of the Manchester Pride celebrations this weekend.
A section from the mile-long rainbow flag created by Gilbert Baker was also featured in the parade.
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With a giant rainbow flag draped from its second story railing, Buddha-Bar Manila recently celebrated Pride Month with the Geisha Night soiree featuring event-exclusive cocktails.
Dave Merchant, a member of Kop Outs, said: "Seeing LFC flying the rainbow flag makes me even prouder to be a fan of this incredible club."
Barrington police documents show a report of a possible hate crime related to the theft of a rainbow flag was received at 4:45 p.m.
The second controversial gay pride event in the Outer Hebrides is to go ahead this weekend - but with the local council again refusing to fly the LGBT rainbow flag from its headquarters.
The train, which bears the colours seen on the Pride rainbow flag, will carry passengers travelling to major cities to celebrate Pride.
The collection features eight different styles, with boasting just the colours of the rainbow flag while the others are decorated in the pastel pink, pastel blue and white of the trans flag too.
The rainbow flag has been raised at Renfrewshire House as the council marked the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.