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Straight Stamp

The stamp for all you straight people out there...

This is, and i cant stress this enough people, just a joke.

I dont have anything against people of the LGBT-community, neither do i take any pride whatsoever in my own sexual orientation.

But i do confess that rainbows would be way cooler if they only had different shades of grey in them :D

It's inspired by this tshirt: [link]

Taken from my main account. [link]
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WOLF97777777's avatar
Alot of people are missing the point of this stamp. This isn't meant to support straight pride, it's so people can identify who they are. Da social justice warriors have hair triggers for brains it seems.
XxJerodidlyxX's avatar

pride flags are for marginalized people/people in the lgbtq+ community. straight people arent opressed for being straight they dont need a flag

WOLF97777777's avatar

In order for something to exist it needs a symbol to identify it. just like any country, group movement or organization. Just because a certain group of people don't face any kind of oppression doesn't mean they're exempt from having symbol to identify their sexuality. "What is straight?" "I would show you but we don't have anything to identify it"

WOLF97777777's avatar

Then how come I'm not allowed to use symbols to represent who I am? it's literally just a black and white flag.

WOLF97777777's avatar

So are you saying that I'm not allowed to call myself straight?

XxJerodidlyxX's avatar

If someone asks you what your identity is you don't need show them a flag to explain it. If someone asks what is straight (and like, how common of an occurrence is that??) you would say it means you like the opposite gender.

WOLF97777777's avatar

Humans use symbols to represent who they are much like how corporations and religious groups use symbols to represent their brands and faith. So people will naturally use whatever visual creation they want to show the world what they belong t. Symbols are natural and it would be impossible to make it so certain people can't use symbols to show themselves which also goes against freedom of speech. The lgbtq community uses symbols and fly flags and use loud slogans to show the world who they are, which is pretty much cult mentality which I have no problem with.

AspiePieTheFag's avatar
So in other words you made a pride stamp for people who have never been oppressed and likely never will be???
1Joshlerr's avatar

uhh... it's.. not a pride stamp? It's a regular stamp saying which orientation are you. What's wrong with it? I don't understand

XxJerodidlyxX's avatar

thats a straight pride flag lol

Kouraa's avatar
Aww boo boo, let me play you a song on the world's tiniest violin.
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xXEmpressAriesXx's avatar
I don't entirely think that the straight flag is there for "Pride", I think it's there so that you can point out what you identify as. I don't use the cisgendered flag on my page for "Pride", I just want to share who I am.

It could symbolize pride, but I don't think it's like that most of the time. I don't need pride for being cis because it's already widely accepted around the world. I do, however, have serious pride flags for being demiromantic and bisexual.
Kouraa's avatar
Same. I only use the straight/cis flags for my profile.
dqckies's avatar
i've... never heard anyone say that unless it was CLEARLY a joke?
SharkyJazz's avatar
Why do people take offense to this? I’m lesbian and I have no problem with people showing their pride of being straight :)
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