Wishing everyone a happy Pride Month!
Nice quiz @Silver_Clover !
I only know two of them though
This is transgender.
This is for leather men!
But you forgot this flag for Bear men:
Do you have the bear flag @bearwithme ? 😉
Wow! So amazing! @Silver_Clover 😮
We don't have celebrated Pride Month on my country (Malaysia). Oops! 😁
Dry nice quiz @Silver_Clover 😊. No I don’t have that flag @Crazy Cat Lad 😔
This is new to me and I don't know it. It's good that you show it openly and one learns from it. Thanks for that.
This is a very controversial subject that could cause people to get upset and cause hurt feelings. I have only seen friendly, non-controversial posts and comments in the community. I believe this should be removed and subjects known to be controversial or cause violence, riots, killings should not be allowed in the future.
@a_trost This post is not against any Community guidelines or rules. Including all people no matter what sexuality, religion or origin they have is also within the King values.
So in 2021, I don't think this post is any controversial nor offensive in the King Community.
If the post about love, acceptance and diversity causes any riots, violence and killings, please let me know.
I admit it, I have not read the community guidelines or rules and I probably should. I generally don't bother reading rules or guidelines due to me having a medical condition that causes me to be unable to recall some memories, such as the memory of what I just read. Would you be able to give me a link to the guidelines and rules?
I am not allowed to post links yet. I believe this is because I haven't been here very long. If I could post links I could show you many examples all over the world where there has been violence, rioting and killings over these flags being displayed or paraded. This violence has been towards, "pro" and "anti" people and people who have been mistaken as, "pro" or "anti".
I have been so happy to see so many nice comments, beautiful pictures, encouraging words and people helping each other here. Then I see a post that has nothing to do with King games, earning points, passing levels, winning contests, getting high scores, earning badges... and is about something very contraversial, illegal in about 70 countries, punishable by death in about 12 countries and, prior to 1962, criminal in all 50 of the United States.
Hey! Would you like to give us your opinion?