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    The Rainbow Crosswalks Of Sydney, Australia

    They're all so pretty.

    A popular rainbow crosswalk has been suddenly removed from Sydney, Australia's gay and lesbian district because the city claimed it was a traffic hazard. The crosswalk was created to honor the 35th anniversary of the gay and lesbian carnival, and supporters want to keep the crosswalk because they say it serves as a symbol of the city's tolerance.

    This is what it used to look like:

    David Gray / Reuters

    Now it's just a plain, dumb street.

    In response to the city removing the crosswalk, people have started creating their own rainbow crosswalks. There is, of course, already a DIY Rainbow Crossings Facebook group.

    Here are some of the group's offerings: