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New LGBTQIA+ colour-blind pride flag revealed

New LGBTQIA+ colour-blind pride flag revealed
New LGBTQIA+ colour-blind pride flag revealed

SOHO, LONDON – A new LGBTQIA+colour-blind pride flag has been released to coincide with the beginning of Pride month

By Our Entertainment Editor: Arthur Pint

The new design which celebrates colour-blind people from all the various categories of gayness contained in the latest variant of the LGBTQIA+ flag. Which is designed to add further diversity to the already over-complicated Pride flag.

Flag designer, Larry Inman, who has several pronouns and identifies as colour-blind, gay, black. A Chinese told the SUFFOLK GAZETTE, “Ooooh, well I am colour-blind, both literally and racially. I don’t see colour. I’m colour-blind. Black, white, red, brown, when the pants are down, it’s all the same to me ducky.”

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The new flag design is based on the famous Ishihara colour test. A colour vision test for detection of red–green colour deficiencies. It was named after its designer, Shinobu Ishihara. A professor at the University of Tokyo, who first published his tests in 1917.

Inman plans to distribute over 10,000 flags and posters featuring the new design. During Pride month and hopes it will provide the equity and inclusion that he claims colour-blind gender fluids have been denied. As other special interest sex groups have thrived in an era of shameless gay showboating.

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“Some people have criticised the constant changes to the pride rainbow flag, but I think sexual liberation is about moving with the times,” Inman said as he adjusted the crotch of his tight denim shorts to ease the pressure on his genitals. “What is it they say? Over-elaborate, divisive and unnecessary? My arse!”

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