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The rainbow flag with six colours - red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet, is the most well-known symbol for the LGBT community. Now, Manchester Pride has revealed it's using a different flag for its event - one that includes black and brown stripes. It says the additions are to ensure people from black, Asian and other ethnic minority backgrounds feel represented and welcome at their events. A fierce debate has raged between people who believe the move is inclusive and those who feel it is unnecessary. The flag includes all as it is ,colour of skin was never what any of the colours stood for ,wrong move here.
The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin has confirmed a boycott of Ireland's main seminary amid allegations trainee priests there are using gay dating app Grindr. Dr Diarmuid Martin, the most senior Catholic in the Irish Republic, said he was unhappy about a "growing atmosphere" at St Patrick's College in Maynooth that had been exposed through anonymous accusations in letters and online blogs. There are allegations on different sides. One is that there is a homosexual, a gay culture, that students have been using an app called Grindr, which is a gay dating app, which would be inappropriate for seminarians, not just because they are trained to be celibate priests, but because an app like that is something which would be fostering promiscuous sexuality, which is certainly not in any way the mature vision of sexuality one would expect a priest to understand.