The sacred world of 2SLGBTQQIA+

On the front door of a restaurant in Indianapolis:

(Rainbow flag over “This is a Sacred Space.”)

I get pushback from teens when I casually refer to Rainbow Flagism as a religion. But if it is not a religion, how does the rainbow flag make a space sacred?

For reference, from Wikipedia:

Religion is usually defined as a social-cultural system of designated behaviors and practices, morals, beliefs, worldviews, texts, sanctified places, prophecies, ethics, or organizations, that generally relates humanity to supernatural, transcendental, and spiritual elements; however, there is no scholarly consensus over what precisely constitutes a religion.


13 thoughts on “The sacred world of 2SLGBTQQIA+

  1. Pretty soon Drag Queen Birthday Parties will be religious ceremonies where people learn to lobby to lower the age of consent.

    • Everyone can find Patachou Inc. online and read their employee handbook and all the rest of their materials. At least they admit they’re “Radically Different.”

      Safe Spaces for Radicals! Breakfasts for Radicals! The Radicals aren’t even getting started yet!

      Does it make you an “extremist” if you question people who describe themselves as “Radicals?” They have a “University” for radicals.

      If you’d like to make a donation to Radicals you can do that in a very non-radical way through their donation page.

  2. Everywhere I go now this stuff is being crammed down my throat in the States.
    I wonder for how long will this just run its course.

    • But you’re mostly in Florida right now, if memory serves, no? Even under the dictatorship of DeSantis you feel the weight of the official US religion?

    • @Deutschman, the #Rainbow flag is also in our K-12 schools. There is no hiding from this new “religion”.

    • Not even De Santis (aka Death Sentence) can shield me from the new religion while in Tampa. Looks like all the influx of people has changed the culture here. Or I’ve been primed by you to look around for this stuff 🙂

  3. Soon all the corporate employees that have quietly gone along with rainbowology will be mildly shocked when participating in rainbow activities, not just celebrating them, becomes a job requirement. You get what you tolerate.

  4. It is a religion or a cult where many are also profiting financially from being embedded in the power structures.

    The symbolism is cleverly derived from the bible (rainbow) or Tibetan prayer flags (

    The difference is that in real religions the symbols prompt one to aspire something higher, whereas Rainbowlogy is just a cheap circus on (or below) the level of a golden calf.

    • Naturally, even Mount Everest, home to Tibetan prayer flags, has been converted:

      Imagine that you train for years, pay $50,000 ascent fees, finally make it to the top of Everest. Imagine that you were looking for a truly spiritual experience. What greets you on the top? A cheap commercialized symbol.

      (I’m not sure that the Sherpa look kindly on these types of activities. Isn’t that Western cultural imperialism?)

    • @Eurocrat, my issue with the rainbow flag and its religion isn’t the rainbow flag and the religion itself, it is the forced doctrine of them into our lives. The way they force it into us compares to the way the Taliban’s force their ideology onto the people they control.

      Imagine if images and verses from Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc. were on display in public schools, government buildings and government properties — a lawsuit would fallow [1]. Or imagine if K-12 public schools start teaching and talking about religions other then #LoveIsLove to include Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc. — the ACLU will be all over it.


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