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fuck around and find out lgbt flag

fuck around and find out lgbt flag

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Show your LGBTQ+ pride and let them know, if they fuck around, they are going to find out! Made with 100% polyester, these flags come in 3x sizes (18"x 12", 36" x 24", 60" x 36") and feature a satin finish with double plain stitch on the edge and side tunnels.

PLEASE NOTE ! This flag is thin, please note that the print shows through the other side. As detailed in the pictures. Flag pole is not included.

.: Material: 100% polyester organza
.: Extra Light fabric (3.8 oz/yd² (110 g/m²))
.: Available in three sizes: 18" x 12", 36" x 24", 60" x 36"
.: One printed side with satin finish
.: Double plain stitch on edges
.: Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
.: Side tunnel
.: Sewn in label
.: NB! Print shows through on other side
.: NB! Flag pole not included
.: NB! Size tolerance 0.75" (2cm))

The "Don't Tread on Me" flag, historically associated with the American Revolution and the spirit of independence, has taken on new meanings and associations over time. One notable adaptation has been its adoption by the LGBT community as a symbol of resilience, empowerment, and the ongoing struggle for equal rights.

Originally designed with a coiled rattlesnake and the motto "Don't Tread on Me," the flag emerged during the Revolutionary War as a symbol of the American colonies' determination to resist oppression. In recent years, its iconic imagery has been repurposed by various social and political movements seeking to convey messages of defiance and autonomy.

For the LGBT community, the "Don't Tread on Me" flag has become a powerful emblem of resistance against discrimination and a call for equal rights. The coiled snake, ready to defend itself, resonates with the community's fight for recognition, acceptance, and freedom from oppression.

By appropriating this symbol, the LGBT community reclaims its historical resonance, transforming it into a rallying cry for justice and equality. Incorporating the flag into pride events, marches, and advocacy campaigns, the LGBT community uses it as a visual representation of their collective strength and determination.

It signifies the ongoing battle for equal rights, encouraging individuals to stand up against discrimination and assert their right to live authentically without fear of prejudice. The adoption of the "Don't Tread on Me" flag by the LGBT community illustrates the dynamic nature of symbols and their ability to evolve with the changing tides of social progress.

By embracing this emblem, the community draws parallels between its own struggle for rights and the historical fight for freedom that the flag originally symbolized, creating a visual language that speaks to the enduring spirit of resilience and the quest for justice.

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