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Lesbian (Seven Striped)

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Gender Non-Conformity



Relationships Unique to Womanhood

Serenity and Peace

Love and Sex




In 2018, a new Lesbian Pride Flag was revealed, and was featured in a BBC News report about Pride in 2019, giving it much exposure.

It was designed after consultation on a Tumblr account called ‘The Search for the Official Lesbian Flag‘.

The original design for this version had seven stripes: consisting of three shades of orange (dark to pale), a white stripe, and three shades of purple (pale to dark). Each stripe had a specific meaning, from top to bottom – gender non-conformity, independence, community, relationships unique to womanhood, serenity and peace, love and sex, and femininity.

The flag was then condensed to five stripes. It is common to see both the five-stripe and seven-stripe versions displayed.

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Originally published: 11th June, 2021
Last modified: 29th January, 2022