Flag desecration (or flag abuse) is a term applied to various acts that intentionally destroy, damage or mutilate a flag in public, most often a national flag. Often, such action is intended to make a political point against a country or its policies. Some countries have laws forbidding methods of destruction (such as burning in public) or forbidding particular uses (such as for commercial purposes); such laws may distinguish between desecration of the country's own national flagand

of other countries. Some countries have laws protecting the right to burn a flag as an expression of free speech

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Here is a list of things which are just as much a crime under many or most state laws against flag desecration. In theory, all of these can carry the same penalties — the same fines and the same jail time — as burning a large American flag in the town square during a raucous political protest.
  • Burn a piece of a flag
  • Burn a photograph of a flag
  • Burn a drawing of a flag
    • Burn a painting of a flag
    • Burn a photograph of a painting of a flag
    • Burn a flag with 48 stars
    • Burn a flag with 11 or 15 stripes
    • Burn a flag with 13 stars arranged in a circle
    • Rip the flag in half
    • Paint a flag on a piece of glass and break the glass
    • Put a big red X across a flag made from frosting on a cake
    • Put the flag on the ground and step on it
    • Draw the flag in chalk on the sidewalk so people can walk over it
    • Paint the flag on a bench for people to sit on
    • Put a peace symbol on a flag
    • Replace the stars with peace symbols
    • Replace the stars with hearts
    • Replace the stars with crosses
    • Replace the stars with corporate logos
    • Replace the stars with the the Confederate “stars and bars”
    • Put a swastika on the flag
    • Your child doodles on the flag but you hang it out anyway
    • Write the words “Under God” across the flag
    • Write the words “God Bless America” across the flag
    • Write the words “One Nation, Indivisible” across the flag
    • Write the Pledge of Allegiance across the flag
    • Put an image of praying hands on the flag
    • Put an image of an eagle on the flag
    • Put an image of the president on the flag
    • Put a company logo on the flag
    • Put the flag on an advertisement for beer
    • Put the flag on an advertisement for cars
    • Put the flag on a mug for sale
    • Put the flag on a t-shirt for sale
    • Put the flag on a shopping bag
    • Put the flag on underwear

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