The sticker has remained the key indicator of the campaign, along with a postcard and variety of posters. The newest addition to these resources is the Positive Space website button!
The rainbow triangle combines two common images used in LGBTQ+ communities. The rainbow flag has become a symbol of pride for sexual minorities across the world. An inverted pink triangle was worn by gay prisoners in the Nazi concentration camps, and has become a mark of remembrance and pride. So-called “anti-social” women, including many lesbians, were forced to wear an inverted black triangle in the same camps.
Whether you are straight, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual or queer, putting a Positive Space sticker on the door of your office, on your computer, notebook, bulletin board, residence room or apartment means that you are contributing to the creation of an environment that welcomes sexual and gender diversity. It suggests that you are ready to respond supportively to all sexual orientations or gender identities. It also suggests that you are prepared to challenge discriminatory language and stereotypical talk.
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Please note that ordered items can only be mailed to addresses that are part of the University of Toronto’s campus mail system. If you are able to pick up the requested items, please send a separate email to firstname.lastname@example.org.