Pride Flags | Gay Rainbow Flag
Pride flags are used to represent different aspects of the LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, and other sexual and gender identities) community. Here are some of the most common pride flags and their meanings:
- Rainbow flag: The most well-known pride flag, the rainbow flag represents the LGBTQ+ community as a whole. It was designed by artist Gilbert Baker in 1978 and features six stripes in the colors of the rainbow.
- Bisexual flag: The bisexual flag was designed by Michael Page in 1998 and features three stripes: pink, purple, and blue. The pink stripe represents attraction to the same gender, the blue stripe represents attraction to the opposite gender, and the purple stripe represents attraction to both.
- Transgender flag: The transgender flag was designed by Monica Helms in 1999 and features five stripes: light blue, pink, white, pink, and light blue. The light blue stripes represent boys, the pink stripes represent girls, and the white stripe represents people who are intersex, transitioning, or have a gender identity that is outside of the binary.
- Pansexual flag: The pansexual flag was designed by various people on the internet and features three stripes: pink, yellow, and blue. The pink stripe represents attraction to women, the blue stripe represents attraction to men, and the yellow stripe represents attraction to non-binary and genderqueer people.
- Asexual flag: The asexual flag was designed by AVEN (Asexual Visibility and Education Network) and features four stripes: black, gray, white, and purple. The black stripe represents asexuality, the gray stripe represents gray-asexuality and demisexuality, the white stripe represents sexuality, and the purple stripe represents community.
- Non-binary flag: The non-binary flag was designed by Kye Rowan in 2014 and features four stripes: yellow, white, purple, and black. The yellow stripe represents people who identify outside of the gender binary, the white stripe represents people with multiple genders, the purple stripe represents people who feel their gender is a mix of male and female, and the black stripe represents people who do not identify with any gender.
- Genderfluid flag: The genderfluid flag was designed by JJ Poole in 2012 and features five stripes: pink, white, purple, black, and blue. The pink stripe represents femininity, the white stripe represents all genders, the purple stripe represents a combination of masculinity and femininity, the black stripe represents no gender, and the blue stripe represents masculinity.
There are many other pride flags that represent different identities within the LGBTQ+ community, such as the intersex flag, the lesbian flag, and the bear flag, among others. Each flag is a symbol of visibility and pride for its respective community.
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