LGBT symbols of pride

Lavender rhinoBY GIP PLASTER
The Gay Scribe Archive

At least there’s not a lavender rhinoceros on your bumper.

Sticking on bumpers, hanging around necks and dangling in front of windows are a few of the places you’ll find the symbols of lesbian and gay pride.

There might even be one tattooed on your partner’s arm. Rainbow flags, pink triangles and that odd wishbone-like Greek letter called lambda are the most popular symbols today, but there were many others before them.

And, by the way, what does a lavender rhinoceros have to do with gay pride? Stay tuned.

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The Gay Scribe Archive is a repository of work by Gip Plaster, an author who has written for gay and lesbian newspapers, magazines, websites and other publications around the country and the world. The Archive features a variety of author interviews, book reviews, business and consumer articles, as well as general interest pieces.

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