Because inclusivity starts at your start up screen!
Just a very quick post to share this thing I found in my archive (some 60GB or so of stuff I have spread across a few Mac-formatted drives!) of software; GayOS.
It's a startup screen graphic, and one celebrating gay pride. It's easy to forget, in these supposedly enlightened times of 2018, that being gay and being out is kinda a big deal for the individual. So, when I stumble across little things like this from decades ago that signify some person, somewhere, taking a stand in some small way and refusing to be anything other than what they are, it warms my cockles in all honesty.
We are with you, brothers and sisters, and support you against the bigotry you face, day in and day out.
Here's the readme file that came with this, an understated and unassuming treatise of solidarity in and of itself, imo:
So, if you wish to politicise your vintage Macintosh as it boots and support gays everywhere, you now have the power. Here's the files: