To celebrate Pride Month, Facebook has debuted a new feature where users can react to a post with a rainbow flag instead of the usual "Like" button — but not everyone can use it.

Those in “major markets with Pride celebrations” will get access to the feature automatically, while other users need to "Like" Facebook's LBGQT page before it will appear. Worse still, the feature won't be accessible in some places at all.

Facebook hasn't released a list of who can access the Pride rainbow, but according to Motherboard, and comments left on Facebooks LBGQT page, the feature is unavailable in Singapore, Egypt, Malaysia, UAE, Tunisia, Serbia and Russia — all countries with explicitly anti-LGBTQ policies.

According to Facebook, the flag has a limited rollout “because this is a new experience we’ve been testing.” But to many, it seems like a thinly veiled attempt to be seen supporting the LGBTQ community while simultaneously attempting to not offend homophobes, thus losing users.

In other news, Miley Cyrus fronts Converse’s Pride Month “YES to ALL” campaign.

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