I Like Your Gay Pride Shirt Meme
You may have heard of the Lesbian girl who was deactivated on Twitter because she liked the meme “i like your gay pride shirt”. This isn’t the first story to use a cartoon template. The first example was posted by c10movement on November 25, 2019. The meme replaces the cartoon image with a Ford Mustang car logo. Deathrapco_ posted a similar meme two years later with a Honda logo. The post received more than 1,000 likes.
Lesbian girl deactivated from Twitter because of a gay pride shirt meme
After homophobic comments made about Millie Bobby Brown, Millie Bobby Brown’s Twitter account was deactivated. The tweets were accompanied with homophobic comments and images of Brown. The tweets are intended to make it seem as if Brown had made some sort of homophobic statement. Unfortunately, there has been a backlash against her deactivation.
The reason the young actress is deactivating her account is unclear. The reason she left Twitter is still unknown. There are many possible reasons she left Twitter. She posted a selfie captioned “Good vibes only” with the caption. After Teigen’s Instagram Story was posted, homophobic memes were created. Some users spread the fake story.
LGBTQ community remixes and laughs at the meme
The viral gay pride shirt meme gained popularity due to its humorous images and messages. However, the true meaning of it is still unknown. This meme has become a popular topic of conversation in many social media groups because of its humor. This meme is meant to be funny about the LGBTQ community, but also to raise awareness about bullying and the importance diversity in society.
As part of their right to visibility for the LGBTQ community activists are using this meme to challenge corporate culture. They are ridiculing the queer marketing efforts of large companies, which are becoming increasingly outlandish with queer imagery and language. One activist, Chris Stedman, labelled the rainbow clothing “ugly as sin.”
T-shirts featuring the meme “i like your gay pride shirt”
The “I like your gay pride shirt” meme has gone viral, with t-shirts designed by independent artists selling the phrase on T-shirts. Available in sizes XS-XL, these shirts are available in a variety of styles, including v-neck and crew neckline shirts, short and long sleeve options, and slim and relaxed fit. The meme has also received remixes, mockery, and laughter from LGBTQ people.
T-shirts with the “I like my gay pride” meme are a hot topic, as LGBT visibility is at the forefront activist agendas. Large companies have started to use bold, queer imagery and language to promote their products during Pride Month. Chris Stedman has called rainbow-printed clothing “ugly and sinful”. Activists are taking up the marketing campaigns to promote a positive image of the LGBT community.