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US Rainbow Flag: Companies and Institutions Protest against UEFA

22:41  23 june  2021
22:41  23 june  2021 Source:   t3n.de

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The European Football Association UEFA has prohibited that the Munich Em-Arena shines to today's game in rainbow colors. Numerous companies protest by customizing their logos.

Die Allianz-Arena in München erstrahlt in den Regenbogenfarben. © Anahtiris / Shutterstock The Allianz Arena in Munich shines in the rainbow colors.

in the Pride Month June, in which diversity and tolerance should be celebrated, the European Football Association UEFA falls a decision that encounters a lot of criticism and protest: the Munich EM Arena may not shine in the rainbow colors against Hungary in the group game Germany. This does not agree not only private individuals as well as politicians; Also many companies - not only from Munich - protest.

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companies protest against UEFA decision

In the social media, many institutions and companies have integrated their logos accordingly or the rainbow flag, which has been symbol for the LGBTQIA * movement since the 1970s. Also, after dark, numerous buildings and sights should be illuminated accordingly.

protest against the UEFA rainbow ban is now also faced with Munich's economy in the colors of the rainbow: the Twitter profiles of the BMW, Siemens, Sparkasse, HypoVereinsbank ???? pic.twitter.com/ve6ls3vgne

- Stefan Leifert (@stefanlefert) June 22, 2021

Tomorrow, 21:00 CEST ???? ️ ???? #GemeHertha #Hahohe @OLY_BERLIN pic.twitter.com/vzc6ya9zf8

- Hertha Berlin (@Herthabsc_en) June 22, 2021

and Berlin still stands. pic.twitter.com/kd8lnppd2v

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- because we love you (@bvg_kampagne) June 22, 2021

Video: newsflash: intruder in the EM-quarters of the German national team (sports1)

under the hashtag #moodmaking Even more people participate in the action. UEFA reacts awkward

The UEFA itself looks more surprised by the whole thing and reacts quite awkwardly. After yesterday's tons of users and users of rainbow flag emojis and photos of the illuminated Alliance Arena under

had set all possible Postings of the Football Association, the spectacle continues today. The attempt of UEFA to explain the decision is also answered with rainbow content.

pic.twitter.com/t7gri8me1k - UEFA (@uefa)

June 23, 2021 Criticism of Criticism At the same time, but also numerous voices are loudly, which call the action as a lipological key and "

pinkwashing " of the companies. They point out, for example, that the social media accounts, for example, maintains BMW specifically for the Middle East, would not be dyed accordingly due to dye. Sexual minorities are openly discriminated against in many countries or face law enforcement.

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If you have a separate Middle East account, however, this also comes to a lip key. ????

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June 22, 2021 In addition, the critics and critics perform that a little Photoshop and colorful lights ultimately do not solve any problems and not

confused with attitude . The show in everyday life or in the (company) policy and not in small scilds for Instagram and Twitter.

Violence Any form is for us LGBTQAI * persons everyday life.

The double morale just eccleses me. You do not solve any problems with a football stadium that is illuminated in rainbow colors. So pretty it would look like, a solution is unfortunately not.

- Rae ???? (@kaneelkoffje)

June 22, 2021

dispute over Munich Em-Stadium: Almost two-thirds against prohibition of rainbow lighting .
The game Germany against Hungary has become political: may the arena light up in colorful colors? 62 percent of Germans are against the prohibition of UEFA. © Photo: Tobias Hase / DPA The Case of the Allianz Arena lights up on the occasion of Christopher Street Days in rainbow colors. The European Football Union has a significant majority of Germans against them with their ban on rainbow lighting at the Munich Em-Arena.

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