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The Asexual flag was created in 2010 by AVEN (The Asexual Visibility and Education Network), after consultation with many Asexual groups around the world. It was inspired by AVEN’s logo and represents the many identities within the Asexual spectrum, including Grey Asexuals (or graysexuals) and Demisexuals.

It consists of four equal stripes, with the black representing Asexuals, the grey representing Grey Asexuals and Demisexuals, the white representing Asexual partners and allies and the purple representing community.

The flag has since gained prominence in the Asexual community and elsewhere.

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