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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Revellers followed a 500-ft rainbow flag through the city centre for the annual gala.
I know that because there's a giant rainbow flag on their house.
English Democrat Paul Rimmer, who recently failed in his bid to become mayor of Liverpool, was arrested in May after an argument in Toxteth's Admiral Street police station over the flying of the iconic rainbow flag.
Realizing that those graffiti-happy jerks had targeted her because of her rainbow flag sticker, she decides to turn the tables on the haters and drive cross-country with the word "fagbug proudly emblazoned in red for all to see.
A RAINBOW flag flying over a controversial police chief's headquarters to celebrate a Gay Pride event, has been criticised as "divisive".
A RAINBOW flag has been handed over to Middlesbrough at the start of the town's SuperGay 2008 festival.
Co-chairman for the event, Adam Rees, said: 'We are reviving the original idea behind the six colours of the rainbow flag.
The goal is not to have a rainbow flag implanted into their brain," says Matt Farber of the artists at Music With a Twist, the new LGBT-oriented record label recently launched by Sony Music.
Revellers followed a 500ft rainbow flag through Dublin city centre for the annual gala with You're A Star's Louise Kileen helping to entertain crowds.
I WOULD like to make a comment with regards to the Police displaying the rainbow flag outside their stations recently.
The rainbow flag will show support for International Day Against Homophobia - aimed at raising awareness of issues negatively impacting on people's lives.
Only last week the rainbow flag of the lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender community was unfurled at its Fettes base in Edinburgh to promote diversity in the force.