"Loser" pin.



Despite the many atrocities that have been associated with--and done in the name of--this flag, it's supporters would have you believe that it only represents a heritage of Southern Pride.

"It was never even used as a symbol of the Confederacy," staunch defenders will tell you, "it was the battle flag of Northern Virginia!"

We here at Charleston Sticks Together are not interested in debating position. Remember things the way you want and remember them the way we want: Your ancestors took an "L".

READ: 8 Things You Didn't Know About the Confederate Flag.