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The LGBT pride flag was designed by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978. It was originally called the Freedom Flag and was comprised of 8 colored stripes, each denoting a different meaning.
LGBT Awareness & Events
List of important LGBT awareness dates and coming sexual diversity events.