Colours & Meanings
“Grey area” between asexuality and allosexuality, the transitional stage.
The greysexual flag was designed in 2013 by Milith Rusignuolo, and consists of five stripes, with three colours. The flag was uploaded to Wikipedia, and although deleted shortly after, soon started to appear on Pride merchandise sites and pages as the flag for Greysexuality (or Grey-Asexuality).
In their own words: “The idea here was that it was supposed to be symbolic of someone starting out with no sexual attraction, then entering a single episode of it, an exception to asexuality, and then going back to being asexual.“
The flag designer has created alternate Pride flags for other identities.