And if you don't like the new coin you get to be called a 'homophobe'.
Britain’s Royal Mint announce they are unveiling a special new commemorative rainbow-coloured 50 pence coin on Wednesday as a 'tribute' to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Pride UK movement. This is the latest move by the increasingly identity politics obsessed Royal Mint, one of the many NGOs who have increasingly embraced left-wing ideologies in recent years.
The coin, designed by east London 'artist' and LGBTQ activist Dominique Holmes, uses state-of-the-art printing technology to emboss it with the colours of the Pride 'progress flag' onto the coin so there is no chance of rubbing it off, it's on their for good. Holmes, who is part asian, claimed last month that he was the victim of 'colourism' due to his skin-colour automatically propelling up the victimhood hierarchy saying: “This queer brown immigrant has come a long way, powered by hope, love and this city. Nowhere in the world had this been possible, except the UK. Pride in London feels very proud today.”
However, campaigners for Christian rights have expressed anger over the forced adoption of Gay ideology. Teressa Mellows, a devout Christian and longtime campaigner said "Many of our members are older people who still use coins and paper money, why should they have to carry around gay iconography in their pockets? This will upset many of our members who are finding it increasingly difficult to avoid this sort of thing."
Predictably Gays quickly took to social media to attack anyone who didn't like the coin, calling them 'bigots' and 'Homophobic'.