The Rainbow Hearts flash LGBTQ pride and the love we have for one another.
Open the card to a cascade of hearts in colors of the Rainbow flag, starting with blue and purple then green then yellow, orange and finally an exuberant curlicue red. Happy and gay!
Love is what we live for.
This card has many different possibilities! Weddings, anniversaries, date nights, Gay Pride card, or just simply to say “I love you.” Use the Rainbow Hearts card however your heart desires.
- I’m proud of you.
- I’m proud to be loved by y0u.
- You are a rainbow of possibilities.
- Gay as Gucci bag full of rainbows.
- I’m proud to love you.
- I heart you.
- You’re the rainbow in my cloud.
- Viva la difference!
- Somewhere, over the rainbow …
- Love to the Rainbow sheep of the family.
- LOML: You’re the Love of my Life.
- But first, Unicorns!
- “Love him and let him love you. Do you think anything else under heaven really matters?” ~ James Baldwin
- “If I wait for someone else to validate my existence, it will mean that I’m shortchanging myself.” ~ Zanele Muholi
- “Equality means more than passing laws. The struggle is really won in the hearts and minds of the community, where it really counts.” ~Barbara Gittings
- “Nature made a mistake, which I have corrected.” ~ Christine Jorgensen
- “My silences had not protected me. Your silence will not protect you.” ~ Audre Lorde
- “We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.” ~ Bayard Rustin
- “I’m not missing a minute of this. It’s the revolution!” ~ Sylvia Rivera
- “We live in a rainbow of chaos.” ~Paul Cezanne
- “The Lord is my Shepherd and he knows I’m gay.” ~ Troy Perry
We’re learning: LGBTQIA stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, and asexual/agender/aromantic. Wheeee!
see also: Rainbow on my Parade
Q. If rainbow flags express gay sexual orientation, what colors or symbols do straight people use?
A. Respectfully speaking, we don’t need one.
- I’ve never had someone suggest that I couldn’t really love someone of the opposite sex.
- I never had to come out as straight to my parents.
- I’ve never had anyone say that if I loved someone of the opposite sex, I must have been abused.
- I never got disgusted looks from people because I was dating someone of the opposite sex.
- I never had to worry that if I casually mentioned my wife, I’d be treated poorly by someone at the office.
- Letting gay people have their flags and their parades is the least you can do, and I mean the very least. Embarrassingly little.
~Answer by Scott Berry on Quora
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