Is the rainbow flag the mezuzah for Democrats?

I hope that everyone has plans in place for Trans Awareness Month, which starts today. We recently went through JFK Terminal 5, which appears on casual inspection to be free of 2SLGBTQQIA+ messaging, but our 7-year-old noticed a much-too-small-for-the-building rainbow flag up high in a corner:

There was no explanation for the flag’s presence and, given its mounting point 10′ above any practical signage, most passengers probably wouldn’t have noticed it. But the flag kept the $550 million (pre-Biden; completed in 2008) building from being in an unsanctified state. I’m think that the rainbow flag might be the mezuzah for Democrats.

Loosely related….

If we click through on the above, we learn

This flag combines 40 different flags from LGBTQIA+ communities around the world, including: Abrosexual, Aceflux, Agender, Ambiamorous, Androgynous, Aroace, Aroflux, Aromantic, Asexual, Bigender, Bisexual, Demifluid, Demigender, Demigirl, Demiromantic, Demisexual, Gay/MLM/Vinician, Genderfluid, Genderflux, Genderqueer, Gender questioning, Graysexual, Intersex, Lesbian, Maverique, Neutrois, Nonbinary, Omnisexual, Pangender, Pansexual, Polyamorous, Polysexual, Transgender, Trigender, Two Spirit, Progress Pride, Queer, Unlabeled.

This leads to the question of how “Unlabeled” people can form a “community”. The Unlabeled will label themselves Unlabeled to join the Unlabeled Community? Don’t they then become Labeled due to the Unlabeled label?

14 thoughts on “Is the rainbow flag the mezuzah for Democrats?

  1. Among all the different xy-sexual designations (that different colors are representing), I have noticed that homosexual is missing. Was it a mistake?

    • I always wondered why the LGBTQ* flag misses the main and the most relevant color – for fvcking retards. Because most people paying obesiance to Da Flag so obviously are.

    • When will averros start getting relabelled as Angry Averros?

      Y’all would have proudly been building the brick walls for Warsaw ghettoes.

    • features members of the 2SLGBTQQIA+ community, but I’m not sure that the captions match the text. “Clark, He/Him, Bien Hoa, Vietnam” is a photo caption regarding a person who says “My family moved to the US from Vietnam in 1971”. So it is actually about someone in the U.S., not someone in Vietnam. (I wonder what the Harvard admissions team would make of “I am Asian enough. I am Black enough. I am Queer enough. I am Trans enough.”!) Then there are people in Costa Rica (homosexual sexual acts legalized in 1971), Ireland, India (homosexual sex acts legal), Thailand (homosexual sex acts legal since 1956), Colombia (homosexual sex acts legal), the U.K., Australia, and the U.S.

      The computer programmers at Microsoft are experts on medicine, psychology, and immigration: “Gender-affirming care saves lives… Our societies thrive only when the most marginalized of us thrive. LGBTQIA+ asylum seekers and refugees, undocumented and other immigrants, young people experiencing homelessness due to their identity, and other transgender and non-binary people continue to face significant barriers.”

  2. I agree, let’s chastise and continually make fun of trans folks. Maybe your continuing evil vitriol can contribute to a few more trans teens committing suicide. Then there would be fewer trans people who could possibly break into your trans-free right-wing bubble.

    What a way to make the world a better place. When you meet God in heaven, I bet he’ll say, “Phil, you can’t come in. You didn’t do a good enough job trivializing and denigrating a whole swath of my children on earth. You only publicly derided them daily. You should’ve stepped up your game!”

    • Mike: We are informed by the New York Times that gender affirmation surgery is the best thing that ever happened to a human experiencing health care. Therefore, presumably, the “trans folks” you cite should be the happiest humans on our planet. Yet you say that this group of beneficiaries of the best that modern health care can offer are continually teetering on the edge of suicide. If they should read a blog post about their beloved rainbow flag being displayed at JFK, for example, they will kill themselves (Why? Why should anyone other than a hater be upset to learn that the JFK terminal has a year-round rainbow flag? I hope that you’re not suggesting that the 2SLGBTQQIA+ are haters!).

    • Anonymous: I am not a theologian, but if there is an omnipotent God and there are gender affirmation surgeons then don’t we have to assume that the gender reassignments they perform on “children” (as teenagers are invariably called when they’re doing something we don’t think they should do) are divinely sanctioned?

    • Mike: You underestimate the educational value of this blog. I could now go into a Silicon Valley meeting and casually drop that a friend of mine still decides between being Maverique, Aceflux or Unlabeled.

      Everyone would nod knowingly to avoid being perceived as a bigot (while frantically googling the terms on their iPhones under the table).

    • @philg, I am not Anon but but I read your question. To answer: absolutely not. You are missing whole human experience: expulsion of Adam and Eve from Eden, flood, Noah not sure about procreating because of flood threat, promise of God to never wipe out all humanity again, people sinning again, Nimrod agitating humans against God, God mixing up original language, rise and life of Abraham and so on… It all should have a happy – ending starting when good deeds on Earth will outweigh bad deeds at least by one.

    • Mike, he is not “making fun of trans folks”. He is making fun of the folks who misuse “trans folks” for promoting “2+2=5”. Or fun of people who happily join into “2+2=5” out of fear of being called stupid like in “The Emperor’s New Clothes”. This is not really about trans people. It is about “2+2=5”. In “The Emperor’s New Clothes” those who did not see wonderful new clothes were just stupid. Nowadays they are evil, Nazis, “driving teens to suicide”. This is exactly what you are doing, and I hope for the sake of your soul, that you do not know what you are doing.

    • The problem is not trans folks (though they do have serious problems.. nearly 30% of them suicide). The problem is ideological bots pushing the destructive and irreversible surgery onto minors who didn’t yet have the intelkectual and emotional maturity to make major life-altering decision for themselves.

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