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CNN confuses London Pride flag covered in sex toy symbols for that of ISIS
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By Corey Charlton for MailOnline. CNN has mistaken a flag displaying sex toy symbols for that of terrorist organisation Islamic State in a report it aired on London's Gay Pride parade. In an 'exclusive' report which ran on Saturday, a CNN correspondent went on air to claim she was the only one to notice an ISIS jihad flag being waved among gay pride crowds. But to the broadcaster's embarrassment, the satirical flag was adorned not with Arabic lettering, but symbols of sex toys. However, upon closer inspection it can be seen the satirical flag is actually adorned with symbols of sex toys. The report cut live to correspondent Lucy Pawle, who told viewers: 'This man dressed in black and white was waving what appears to be very bad mimicry, but a very clear attempt to mimic, what is the ISIS flag - the black and white flag with the distinctive lettering.
Pride in London
This event brings together thousands of people of all genders, ethnicities, sexualities, and also many people of different races. It is one of the longest running in the country and attracts an estimated one million visitors to the city. The festival's events and location within London vary every year however the Pride parade is the only annual event to close London's iconic Oxford Street.
Demisexual Pride Demisexuality is sexual attraction to an individual only when a strong emotional connection occurs, often regardless of gender. The flag features three horizontal bars; a large white bar at the hoist, representing allosexuality, the large grey bar at the ground, which represents demisexuality, and a narrow purple band in the middle, which represents community. The origin of this flag is unknown. The middle stripe combines pink female and blue male in the middle to symbolize the mix between the two genders. Genderqueer Pride Alternate This alternate Genderqueer Pride flag has recently been seen in the genderqueer community.