Talk:BDSM Rights Flag

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The triskele is used by Korean subway systems, meaning 'transfer station'. It is an old symbol. In Korean it is called 'taeguk', which translates as 'big country'. The first topic in the history of the country of Korea is the "Three Kingdoms" concept; the three kingdoms were Silla, Paekche and Koryo. The three leaves of the triskele symbolize the three kingdoms. The taeguk is very popular and is an everyday sight. --McTrixie 12:30, 30 November 2005 (GMT)

See and for general non-BDSM references... AnonMoos 16:39, 2 February 2007 (UTC)

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Is there evidence of discrimination against persons based on their actual or perceived BDSM practices? This article needs to explain why it was that such a concept (BDSM "rights") or campaign is necessary at all. Freal 01:43, 11 October 2009 (UTC)

@ropeuser: No, I can't start an article on the subject. I never heard of this subject before learning recently that "Rights" was the concept behind this flag. It begged the question of whether such an issue exists. So I asked it. Freal 00:34, 15 October 2009 (UTC)
OK, I've tried to start the article. Ropeuser 11:43, 15 October 2009 (UTC)
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