Are Your Children Wearing Colour Bracelets? Their Meanings May Shock You

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Rubber bracelet meanings vary according to the group using them. Charity bracelets have their own meaning and bracelets used by high school, college and even middle school age kids have their own meanings.

Red is used for HIV Aids awareness and heart disease prevention. In 2004 when the Red Sox won their first World Series in 86 years, red bracelets with “Red Sox nation” printed on them were immensely popular.

Orange supports Multiple Sclerosis and are printed with “I Will.” The American Caner Association has orange bracelets that say “LiveFree. SmokeFree.” Orange bracelets are also used by Asperger’s Syndrome, Lupus and self harm groups. Yellow rubber bracelets support cancer research. “Livestrong” bracelets have sold more than 28 million. Yellow also represents support for our troops.

Other rubber bracelet meanings include green to support ecology and the environment with sayings such as “Save Our Earth” and “Peace”; leukemia and Muscular Dystrophy. Organ donation is sometimes represented by a green bracelet with the words “I Will.”

Blue is used for a variety of causes such tsunami relief, autism awareness, domestic violence and child abuse prevention as well as cystic fibrosis research. Purple bracelets represent a variety of causes such as fibromyalgia, Lupus, general cancer research and Alzheimer’s awareness with the message “MindStrong”.

Pink is typically used to support breast cancer awareness and research.

Rubber bracelet meanings, according to teens and, sadly, some preteens use the colored bracelets as a code to indicate the intimate forms of behavior they will engage in. If a teen is wearing a yellow bracelet they will hug; a purple bracelet indicates they will kiss; a red bracelet means they will deliver a lap dance; blue indicates oral sex and black means they will engage in intercourse. The bracelets are thin and break easily when pulled off the wrist as in if a boy breaks a bracelet off a girl’s wrist, she will engage in the act represented by the color with that boy. Parents, are your kids playing this game?

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