I want to share something with all my LGBT, ABDL friends

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Crinklesaur

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This is the Littles and Baby Pride Symbol superimposed onto the LGBT Flag.

I find that it represents a full expression of my sexuality, and I wanted to share it with you guys. :)

The symbol has been around since 2002, and I discovered it the other day courtesy of the Big Little Podcast.

All I did was superimpose the Baby Pride Symbol onto the LGBT flag as a complete expression of my sexuality as an LGBT.
 
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I actually had a hand in creating this all those years ago, I emailed the designer with the idea of a white stripe in the heart so that it would be the army paramedic colors. The reason I thought this was a good idea is that alot of abdls have had a personal war within themselves, kind of like soldiers being injured in war and having to be healed, very cryptic. I subbmitted the suggestion anonomously and never expected it to be used, and in all fairness, I told a few of my online friends about it and they said the sent in the suggestion too, so it's not really ALL my idea. About 5-10 of my close friends also sent in the idea so I assume one of them was the one whos idea got picked, it was so long ago and I never thought anything came of it besides a logo, glad to know that our very minor suggestion was picked.
 

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SonicZelda - You may find this true story to be entertaining:

One day, "mako" (the creator of the ABDL Pride Logo) was sitting in His home office at an ABDL party that was hosted by His former wife, "MommyHAS".

He told us about an idea that He'd had, of creating a "Pride" symbol for ABDLs, similar to the one used by the Leather Pride Community, that could be worn openly in various social settings to identify ourselves to one another. - We all agreed that was a great idea.

He pulled a piece of 8½ x 11 paper from the printer tray, grabbed a box of Crayola crayons, and drew a large circle on the paper with a black crayon. - Inside the circle, He drew a heart, and then drew two lines across it. - He colored the surrounding area of the heart red, and asked, "what does that look like ?"

"It looks like Your diapered bum, while You are bending over cleaning the bathtub", i said, giggling. - We all laughed.

He then began to color the area outside the heart with a blue crayon. - As He did so, a pretty young woman, "babyawdy", arrived at the corner of His desk, placed Her hand upon Her diapered hip, and said, "Blue is for BOYS. - What's about diaper GIRLS, huh ?" - There was more laughter.

He hastily drew a diagonal slash across the background, and began to color the bottom portion pink. - "That's more better !", said the young woman, "but i like purple betterer." - There was more laughter.

At the next party, "MommyHAS" had commissioned about 1,000 "Pride Pins" made of glass enameled brass, and was giving them to party attendees. - "mako" opened a "Pride Pin Store" on the internet, to sell them at cost. - That original die was misplaced before "MommyHAS" was able to re-order another batch, and the subsequent pins are acrylic printed and enameled.

Recently, over the past few years, "mako" released the use of the "Pride Pin" to the "public domain", so that everyone may use it freely.

Originally named the "Baby Pride Pin" by "mako", the symbol is now called the "ABDL Pride Pin", and it is used to represent the new "ABDL Awareness" effort, or campaign, in broad social media networks, such as Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook.

The intent of the symbol is an all inclusive "community" that already includes all cisgendered, transgendered, intersexed, sexual, nonsexual, incontinent, adult infantilists, and diaper fetishists with ABDL interests. - EVERYONE - :)
 

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It's cute. If it works for you, then it works for you!

I still think the colors of the ABDL flag shouldn't just be the same colors of the transgender flag because it causes confusion and sort of erases the transgender pride flag a bit, but that's a minor little pet peeve. When placed next to the Gay Pride flag the way you did, I feel like it's even more apparent.. like..

I dunno though. Not a big deal.
 

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SonicZelda - You may find this true story to be entertaining:

One day, "mako" (the creator of the ABDL Pride Logo) was sitting in His home office at an ABDL party that was hosted by His former wife, "MommyHAS".

He told us about an idea that He'd had, of creating a "Pride" symbol for ABDLs, similar to the one used by the Leather Pride Community, that could be worn openly in various social settings to identify ourselves to one another. - We all agreed that was a great idea.

He pulled a piece of 8½ x 11 paper from the printer tray, grabbed a box of Crayola crayons, and drew a large circle on the paper with a black crayon. - Inside the circle, He drew a heart, and then drew two lines across it. - He colored the surrounding area of the heart red, and asked, "what does that look like ?"

"It looks like Your diapered bum, while You are bending over cleaning the bathtub", i said, giggling. - We all laughed.

He then began to color the area outside the heart with a blue crayon. - As He did so, a pretty young woman, "babyawdy", arrived at the corner of His desk, placed Her hand upon Her diapered hip, and said, "Blue is for BOYS. - What's about diaper GIRLS, huh ?" - There was more laughter.

He hastily drew a diagonal slash across the background, and began to color the bottom portion pink. - "That's more better !", said the young woman, "but i like purple betterer." - There was more laughter.

At the next party, "MommyHAS" had commissioned about 1,000 "Pride Pins" made of glass enameled brass, and was giving them to party attendees. - "mako" opened a "Pride Pin Store" on the internet, to sell them at cost. - That original die was misplaced before "MommyHAS" was able to re-order another batch, and the subsequent pins are acrylic printed and enameled.

Recently, over the past few years, "mako" released the use of the "Pride Pin" to the "public domain", so that everyone may use it freely.

Originally named the "Baby Pride Pin" by "mako", the symbol is now called the "ABDL Pride Pin", and it is used to represent the new "ABDL Awareness" effort, or campaign, in broad social media networks, such as Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook.

The intent of the symbol is an all inclusive "community" that already includes all cisgendered, transgendered, intersexed, sexual, nonsexual, incontinent, adult infantilists, and diaper fetishists with ABDL interests. - EVERYONE - :)

Interesting, I guess the more detailed and popularized version (the one I had a small hand in creating) came a few years later, around 2004ish, so what happened to the original forgotten version, it seems to have dissapered from Google?
 

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Interesting, I guess the more detailed and popularized version (the one I had a small hand in creating) came a few years later, around 2004ish, so what happened to the original forgotten version, it seems to have dissapered from Google?
The story above actually occurred a few years prior to 2004, i think around May 2000. - You can find a free Art kit for the original graphic at The Ghidrah, or find the graphic uploaded by the author to Wikipedia. - The "Pride Pin Store" closed a few years ago, after the original graphic were given to Public Domain.

You may also find the "ABDL Awareness and Pride Symbol of Scandinavia" to be interesting. - It has an identical meaning, but a completely separate origin in Europe.

Each of the symbols represents an all inclusive social network and international friendship support group, and You may often see them used together. - Please note that it is not called the "Baby Pride Pin", since nearly everyone has had a problem with that.
 

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Wonder why so AB's are gay?

That's a definite personal question but not all AB's are gay. I have friends on here who are ABDL's and they are either straight or asexual. I'm a BF/DL and I prefer the lovely ladies but with college and a job soon, I don't want women breathing down my neck for jewelry. I guess some males feel more safe around males and females feel safe around females and vice versa.

I know some people give up things to change around and have caretakers of the same gender. Everyone is different and that is a question I don't know myself but I doubt there are more gay AB's than there are Straight AB's because that's a number and you should never focus on a person if he is gay or not, he is still the same on the inside and that all that matters when it comes to one person.

I'm not gay but I would not mind hanging out with people who are gay. They are people just like us. It either has something to do with safe around genders or that they feel at right with their choices. I don't think the ABDL has a consecutive change with their orientation.
 

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The story above actually occurred a few years prior to 2004, i think around May 2000. - You can find a free Art kit for the original graphic at The Ghidrah, or find the graphic uploaded by the author to Wikipedia. - The "Pride Pin Store" closed a few years ago, after the original graphic were given to Public Domain.

You may also find the "ABDL Awareness and Pride Symbol of Scandinavia" to be interesting. - It has an identical meaning, but a completely separate origin in Europe.

Each of the symbols represents an all inclusive social network and international friendship support group, and You may often see them used together. - Please note that it is not called the "Baby Pride Pin", since nearly everyone has had a problem with that.

Interesting, that was around the time I started messing around in appleworks, making fake ads and "improving" logos that I thought needed it. I messed around so much that it could have been made anywhere between 2000-2005, but I remember that I uploaded it to my free webpage I had, so someone probably found it and adopted it. As I mentioned before, I also sent some copies to my ABDL freinds as a gester of thanks for helping me with something.
 

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I remember that I uploaded it to my free webpage I had, so someone probably found it and adopted it.
I am not "taking credit" for the "ABDL Awareness / Pride Pin", and i think that the idea was brilliant whoever thought of it. - But i can assure You that the story above is absolutely true, and there were several others present at that time who can attest to the truth of it.

Do You think that it is possible that mako had drawn it from memory on that day ? - - If You feel that Your own artwork pre-dated that of mako, You ought to contact Him regarding the discrepancy in authorship.

It would be interesting to learn what the two of You find out, or agree upon ? ! ?
 

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Snivy, I never said that gay people, weren't people. You kind of worded that like I was saying something negative about gay people. Of course I know they're people just like you and me. I distinguish people by their character, not their sexuality.
 

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I am not "taking credit" for the "ABDL Awareness / Pride Pin", and i think that the idea was brilliant whoever thought of it. - But i can assure You that the story above is absolutely true, and there were several others present at that time who can attest to the truth of it.

Do You think that it is possible that mako had drawn it from memory on that day ? - - If You feel that Your own artwork pre-dated that of mako, You ought to contact Him regarding the discrepancy in authorship.

It would be interesting to learn what the two of You find out, or agree upon ? ! ?

I merely modified the white in the heart to be a bit bigger than before and changed the colors to the modern version, this was in around 2001-2002 when I got AppleWorks 6 for my iMac g3. I merely uploaded the improved version (the more widely used one) to my webpage and emailed a copy to my ABDL freinds as a gester of thanks. Someone visited my webpage and found the symbol (which I uploaded a fews years prior), posted it somewhere and it spread like wildfire. It's not Mako's fault at all, I merely improved the symbol and someone adopted it as the more popular one, nobody knows who though.
 
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