In a world where symbolism and interpretation run deep, it’s essential to remember that not everything has a hidden meaning or agenda. This reminder is especially important for Gen Z and our desi Pakistani community, where the rainbow has often sparked controversy and triggered assumptions regarding the LGBTQ movement.
Let’s take a moment to step back and acknowledge that rainbow colours can simply be rainbow colours. They can represent the beauty of nature, the playfulness of childhood, or the vibrant spectrum of light. It’s a symbol that has been cherished by cultures worldwide for centuries, long before it became associated with any particular cause.
From Hazim Bangwar getting a rainbow paint on Karachi’s walls to ProperGaanda not-so-apologetically having a rainbow poster, not everything has an AGENDA!