Black Clouds Over the Rainbow

A new Black Lives Matter campaign in the U.S. is pushing to add a black and a brown stripe to the iconic rainbow flag as a way to represent people of color in the queer community.

By Jim Goad | 26 June 2017

TAKI’S MAGAZINE — In case you weren’t aware because you’re some kind of bigoted and closeted asshole, this is Pride Month. Across our rainbow-colored planet, men who enjoy shoving other men’s penises in their anuses strut on city streets publicly declaring to the world that they’re proud of what they do. Joining them are women with a seasoned taste for halibut as well as men who say they’re women and women who say they’re men—what used to be known as “liars.”

They were all having a gay old time until the black people showed up. Complicating matters even more amusingly, many of the black people were themselves gay. But they were also proud of being black, and as we all know, that matters.

During the Capitol Pride parade in DC earlier this month, a group of organized black sodomites calling themselves No Justice No Pride blocked the parade route. In Columbus, OH, police made four arrests after black activists foiled yet another gay parade to draw attention to the acquittal of a Hispanic cop who shot and killed a black man named Philando Castile.

In Toronto last week — despite being personally invited as guests of honor — Black Lives Matter sourpusses entirely shut down a parade of hapless mustachioed white men in leather ass chaps and five-hundred-pound naked white lesbians painted like the planet Earth. Barking like a chocolate Rottweiler through a megaphone, Toronto BLM cofounder Alexandria Williams hectored the helpless homos about how they supposedly support and are enabled by a “historical and current culture of anti-blackness.” This past weekend, the same angry blacks descended like dark clouds over rainbow celebrations across the land. […]

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