Pinkloyd’s new logo sparked homophobia on the Internet

Last week, the legendary English rock band Pinkloyd posted on their officialacebook page the 50th anniversary of their famous album. The dark side of the moon It will be reissued and remastered this year to celebrate this milestone.

While the news may be interesting to some, others are criticizing the band for the album’s new logo and its use of rainbows – which was also a distinctive part of the original artwork.

Some homophobic parts of the band’s fans took the slogan as a statement of support for the LGBTQ+ community, and their responses started a wildfire.

Actor George Takei tweeted some of the responses, saying, “The outrage from the right over Pinkloyd’s 50th anniversary post ‘Wake Up With Rainbows’ is the height of MAGA’s ignorance. It’s a perspective of their making, so to speak.”

Comments taped into Takei’s post included, “What a shame this is Pinkloyd”, and “Are you going to wake up with rainbows, is there a straight flag, I want equal representation, don’t get me wrong, we should all be true to who we are.” Peace.”

But amidst the multitude of hate, there are also as many, if not more, comments of support, especially regarding people’s annoyance with the rainbow.

“It’s strange to think that so many of us have forgotten that the rainbow was created by a light prism that was literally spelled out in the original art and also that one would be bothered by the rainbow symbol in the first place,” wrote one user. “The world has not changed for the better at all. These songs and messages still stand as humanity struggles within itself to evolve to greater levels of acceptance.”

Redesigned version of The dark side of the moon It will be released on March 24, 2023.

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