Lgbt Pride Flags: All the Flags and What They Mean

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6. Pansexual Pride Flag

Pansexuality or omnisexuality is attraction toward people of any sex or gender identity. Flag is created by internet users in 2010. It has three colors pink, yellow, and blue.

Pansexual people describe, the blue strip of flag show the attraction towards men, Pink show attractions towards women and attraction toward people of other genders with the yellow.

Lgbt Pride Flags-Pansexual Pride flag

7. Non-binary Pride flag

Non-binary is any gender identity that is not strictly male or female. The non-binary flag was designed by 17-year-old Kye Rowan in 2014. Each stripe color represents different types of non-binary identities.

Yellow for people who identify outside of the gender binary. The white, a mix of all colors, represents those with many or all genders. Purple for those who feel both binary male and female or fluid between them. and black for agender individuals.

Lgbt Pride Flags-Non-binary Pride flag

8. Genderfluid Pride Flag

People experience shifts or changes in their gender. Genderfluid comes under non-binary umbrella and it has its own flag.

The flag features colors associated with femininity, masculinity, and everything in between. Color pink represents femininity, blue represents masculinity, The purple represents the combination of masculinity and femininity. The black stripe in the flag represents a lack of gender, and white is there for all genders.

Lgbt Pride Flags- Genderfluid Pride Flag

9. Genderqueer Pride Flag

Genderqueer is one form of non-binary identity that has its own flag. Flag is Created in 2011 by artist and filmmaker Marilyn Roxie.Three stripes of the flag where androgyny represented with lavender, agender identities with white, and nonbinary people with green.

lgbt Pride Flags- Genderqueer Pride flag

10. Agender Pride Flag

Who identify as having no gender or being without any gender identity. In flag black and white stripes represent an absence of gender, green the inverse of the gender-heavy purple, represents non-binary genders.

Lgbt Pride Flags- Agender Pride Flag

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Louis Staal
Louis Staal
December 11, 2021 12:27 am

Where is the straight flag ?

February 27, 2022 3:18 pm
Reply to  Louis Staal

it says lgbt for a reason- theres straight ally which is straight- unless your homophobic

April 3, 2022 4:19 pm
Reply to  Louis Staal

straight is not a part of the lgbt community, straight people have MANY rights. Lgbt people do not, let us at least have a damn flag.

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