Colours & Meanings
Openness and honesty between all partners
Love and passion
Solidarity with those who hide relationships
The value of emotional attachment, π the Greek equivalent of “p”.
The Polyamory Pride Flag was designed in 1995 by Jim Evans.
It consists of three stripes: blue at the top, representing openness and honesty between all partners; red representing love and passion; and black representing the solidarity with people who must hide their relationships.
The flag is defaced with a gold π symbol in the middle, π being the Greek equivalent of “p”, the “p” being the first letter of polyamory, and the colour gold being representative of the value of emotional attachment (as opposed to mere sexual attraction).