From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rainbow Tribe may refer to: Josephine Baker’s chosen family and intentional community, the Rainbow Tribe. The Legend of the Rainbow Warriors, a belief held by some modern environmentalists that they are fulfilling a Native American prophecy.
RIGGINS – The Rainbow Family of Living Light has reportedly chosen a site on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest for its 2020 national gathering. The event will coincide with the Fourth of July holiday and participants have already begun arriving on site.
A rainbow is a term for a baby that has been born after a mother has experienced a pregnancy loss. A pregnancy loss could be a miscarriage or a stillbirth (which is typically defined as a baby that has passed away after 20 weeks).
At Rainbow Families, we define a Rainbow family as any lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer person who has a child or children; or is planning on having a child or children by way of donor insemination (known or unknown), surrogacy (altruistic or commercial), foster care, fostering to adoption, adoption (
Rainbow Warriors, colloquial name for Greenpeace activists. Rainbow Warriors, LGBT rights activists, referring to LGBT movement’s rainbow flag; see LGBT social movements. Rainbow Warrior, self-description of executed murderer Joseph Mitchell Parsons (referring to Jeff Gordon)
A rainbow party is a supposed sexual activity among teenagers in which girls wear different colored lipsticks and perform oral sex on boys, leaving a ” rainbow ” on their genitals.
Rainbow baby – baby born after loss of baby Unicorn baby – baby that never fussed, sleeps through the night, never has problems So is there a term used for babies born via IVF?
A golden baby is the baby that is born after a rainbow baby. This baby signifies the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, and the luck parents feel at having two healthy babies in a row.
The account recounts the oath taking ceremony of Nelson for Presidentship of South Africa. He called the ceremony as ‘ rainbow gathering ‘ because it was the gathering of different color and nations. The gathering symbolized the dawning of a democratic and non-racial government of the South Africa.