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I just so happened on your blog while visiting a friends blog, suzie81’s Blog the link was provided, I’m hopping and assuming it’s OK, knowing the word is Pink it caught my attention 🙂 it sounded interesting and a challenge, so here it is, you should also know I am not a Photographer as per say, and I was not until today a follower of “Sue Llewellyn” and lastly I am entering late in the game at #43″ the word being (Pink) for the “A WORD A WEEK PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE” so if you don’t mind, my take on the word PINK goes something like this:
Homophobic and transphobic bullying is an attack on human rights and it hurts everyone from the targets to the witnesses to society at large. Moreover, it is not just a schoolyard issue – it pervades our workplaces and communities. In fact, many of our LGBT members still face verbal and physical harassment at work, preventing them from fully participating in our union. The bullying is often intensified for people who face multiple discrimination’s, such as LGBTQ and people of color, who are also subjected to racism.
Pink is any of the colors between bluish red (purple) and red, of medium to high brightness and of low to moderate saturation. Commonly used for Valentine’s Day and Easter, pink is sometimes referred to as “the color of love.
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The use of the word for the color “pink” was first recorded in the late 17th century. Although pink is roughly considered just as a tint of red, most variations of pink lie between red, white and magenta colors. This means that the pink’s hue is somewhat between red and magenta. Lucretius used the word to describe the dawn in his epic poem On the Nature of Things (De rerum natura). Roseus is a Latin word meaning “rosy” or “pink.” The word is also used in the binomial names of several species, such as the Rosy Starling (Sturnus roseus) and Catharanthus roseus. In most Indo-European languages, the color pink is called rosa.