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Transgender

Colours & Meanings Traditional colour for baby boys Traditional colour for baby girls Transitioning, neutral or no gender About Trans woman Monica Helms, an activist and author, designed the Transgender flag in 1999, and it was first flown at a Pride Parade in Phoenix, Arizona (USA) later that year. The flag is made up of […]

Polyamory

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”. About 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 […]

Nonbinary

Colours & Meanings Gender outside the binary All genders Mix of binary female/male Agender About The Non-Binary Flag was created in 2014 by fourteen year-old Kye Rowan, in response to non-binary people feeling improperly represented by the genderqueer flag. It consists of four horizontal stripes, with yellow signifying gender outside of a binary, white representing […]

Intersex

Colours & Meanings Non-gendered, intersex colour Non-gendered, intersex colour About The Intersex Flag is noteworthy because it was designed in Australia, by Organisation Intersex International Australia in July 2013. Consisting of a purple circle on a yellow background, the intention of the flag was to make one that was not derivative of the other Pride flags available, […]

Bisexual

Colours & Meaning Attraction to femininity and/or women, same-gender attraction The combination and simultaneous experience of masculinity/femininity, men/women, same/different gender attraction. Attraction to masculinity and/or men, different-gender attraction About The Bisexual Pride flag was designed in 1998 by Michael Page and unveiled on the 5th December that year. Featuring three colours – magenta, purple and […]

Asexual

Colours & Meanings Asexuals & Asexuality Grey Asexuals & Demisexuals Asexual Partners Community About 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 […]

Rainbow

Colours & Meanings Life Healing Sunlight Nature Serenity Spirit About The rainbow flag is easily the most recognisable of all the Queer Pride flags in existence. It was originally designed in by Gilbert Baker in 1978, with eight stripes. As the rainbow flag became more and more popular, a shortage of the necessary hot pink […]

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