In a move that illustrates the seemingly bottomless abyss of absurdity emanating from proponents of radical left gender ideology, Microsoft has released a colorful graphic claiming to represent dozens of LGBTQIA+ communities.
“Inspired by the public reaction to our 2022 Pride flag, we are expanding our design to represent 40 LGBTQIA+ communities—and making it available for all to use and build on,” Microsoft said tweeted.
The tweet links to a GitHub Page listing the various bizarre identities to be portrayed in the graphic.
“This flag combines 40 different flags from LGBTQIA+ communities around the world including: Abrosexual, Aceflux, Agender, Ambiamorous, Androgynous, Aroace, Aroflux, Aromantic, Asexual, Bigender, Bisexual, Demifluid, Demigender, Demigirl, Demiromantic, Demisexual, Gay/ MLM/Vinician, Genderfluid, Genderflux, Genderqueer, Gender Questioning, Graysexual, Intersex, Lesbian, Maverique, Neutrois, Nonbinary, Omnisexual, Pangender, Pansexual, Polyamorous, Polysexual, Transgender, Trigender, Two Spirit, Progress Pride, Queer, Unlabeled ,” the site states.
“We’re making it available here on GitHub for anyone to use and build upon. Because Pride should be open source,” the site reads.
Microsoft’s tweet with the cluttered and colorful flag design drew attention on social media.
“Wow, I’m so happy to just be a normal person.” tweeted Allie Beth Stuckey, host of BlazeTV’s “Relatable”.
“This is the design that represents all of America,” said Scott Walker, former governor of Wisconsin tweeted when sharing a GIF of the US flag.
“Are we all in agreement that corporate wokism is silly and terrifying?” Christina Sommer tweeted.
“With the addition of Aroace, Ambiamorous, Aroflux, Aceflux, Demiromantic and Unlabeled flags, this Pride flag now represents a total of 40 LGBTQIA+ communities – and our passion for expanding LGBTQIA+ visibility and representation hears here not on”, a medium post explained by Microsoft’s Aleksey Federov. “We hope that you will continue to build and develop this flag yourself, as a symbol of pride that unites and grows beyond borders.”
https://www.theblaze.com/news/microsoft-lgbt-flag-40-identities According to Microsoft, the LGBT flag design represents