Powerful Rainbows

May 29, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
While I was in San Francisco, I was inspired by something quite innocent . . . Kids.


There were lots of toddlers and strollers - in Castro no less.  Some were being strolled by two adults or one adult of the same or either gender.  


At one point, I overheard one girl,  no more than 3 or 4 years old, point and ask her dad about the display in a door window.  It was a rainbow flag.


"Those are the colors of our neighborhood." he answered.


My inspiration was complete.


Kids should be able to see the rainbow flag displayed and be comforted.  Its display means: the person, store, driver . . . neighborhood that displays this flag, has a zero tolerance for bullying, harassment and hate.  


They are accepted.  They are loved.  They are not alone.


And now, "Love is Power" Doodle Diva,  has got their back too.


















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