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Attraction to men and/or masculinity

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Attraction regardless of gender identity



The origins of the flag aren’t well documented, but it is highly likely that it originates from the same designer as the gynesexual flag. The top stripe is pink rather than blue, on the gynesexual flag, where the purple stripe at the bottom is inverted, turning it from purple to green.

Androsexuality may be associated with nonbinary identities – both in the attracted and the attraction – which is why the flag’s designer incorporated the bottom stripe (both the green and purple from the andro and gynesexual flags feature on the genderqueer pride flag).

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Originally published: 11th June, 2021
Last modified: 14th February, 2022