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Full list of articles and documents from the Sexual Diversity Guide to LGBTQ+ Flags category. Though these articles may have since been updated they are listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

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LGBTQ+ Flags Publications
Fraysexual Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Fraysexual Pride Flag consists of four colored stripes; Blue, Cyan, White, and gray. The origin of the flag design is currently unknown.
Publish Date: 6th Jan 2023
Genderfae Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Genderfae Pride flag features seven primary pastel colors, green, green, yellow, white, pink, lavender, and purple.
Publish Date: 31st Dec 2022
Trigender Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The trigender pride flag has five horizontal stripes; pink, blue, green, blue, and pink. Trigender people experience three gender identities, either simultaneously or varying between them.
Publish Date: 30th Dec 2022
Pangender Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Pangender Pride Flag has four primary colors consisting of light shades of pink, red, and yellow, as well as a central white stripe.
Publish Date: 6th Dec 2022 - Updated: 8th Dec 2022
Polyamory Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Polyamory Pride flag consists of three equal-height horizontal blue, red, and black, colored stripes, with a gold Greek lowercase letter pi symbol in the center of the flag.
Publish Date: 28th Nov 2022 - Updated: 8th Dec 2022
Bigender Pride Flag thumbnail image.Bigender Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Bigender Pride Flag features seven colored stripes pink, purple, blue with a white stripe in the middle to represent bigender people.
Publish Date: 22nd Nov 2022
Lipstick Lesbian Flag thumbnail image.
The Lipstick Lesbian Flag, designed in 2010 by Natalie McCray, has six shades of pink and red stripes, one white one in the middle, and a red kiss printed on them.
Publish Date: 20th Nov 2022
Butch Lesbian Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Butch Lesbian Pride flag, designed using shades of blue and purple, is one variation of several lesbian flags.
Publish Date: 20th Nov 2022
Lesbian Pride Flags thumbnail image.Lesbian Pride Flags thumbnail image.
Information and example images, including color codes of the five and seven-stripe Lesbian Pride flags.
Publish Date: 19th Nov 2022 - Updated: 20th Nov 2022
Aromantic Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Aromantic Pride Flag, a five-stripe design of dark green, light green, white, grey, and black, represents people who either do not experience romantic attraction or do so in a nontraditional way.
Publish Date: 18th Nov 2022
Polysexual Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Polysexual Pride flag was created to be similar to the bisexual and pansexual flags and includes three pink, green, and blue colored stripes.
Publish Date: 17th Nov 2022
Agender Pride Flag thumbnail image.
Created in 2014, the Agender Pride Flag represents people who identify as having no gender, an unidentifiable gender, or being gender neutral.
Publish Date: 17th Nov 2022
Nonbinary Pride Flag thumbnail image.
Each of the four colors of the Nonbinary Pride Flag represents a different part of the non-binary group and symbolize those whose gender falls outside of and without reference to the binary.
Publish Date: 16th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
The Straight Ally Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The black, white, and rainbow Straight Ally pride flag has an unknown origin but is known to have first turned up around the late 2000s.
Publish Date: 15th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Feather Drag Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Feather Drag Pride Flag was created by artist Sean Campbell in 1999 and first national use as an graphic element for a pride edition in GLT magazine in 2000.
Publish Date: 15th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Intersex Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The intersex flag created by Morgan Carpenter of Intersex Human Rights Australia in 2013 is a pride flag designed to represent intersex individuals and community.
Publish Date: 14th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Two Spirit Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Two Spirit Pride flag features eight primary colors and uses two feathers to represent masculine and feminine identities. The circle symbolizes the unification of masculine and feminine identities into a separate gender.
Publish Date: 14th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Rubber Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Rubber Pride Flag features black representing leather, red as a symbol of the blood passion for rubber and rubbermen, and yellow stands for their drive for intense rubber play and fantasies.
Publish Date: 14th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Progress Pride Flag thumbnail image.Progress Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Progress Pride flag with horizontal and diagonal chevron stripes has eleven colors, red, orange, yellow, green, indigo, violet, white, pink, blue, brown, and black.
Publish Date: 13th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Queer People of Color (QPOC) Flag thumbnail image.
The Queer People of Color Pride flag features the colored stripes of the Rainbow Gay Pride Flag with a central raised brown fist symbol.
Publish Date: 13th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Leather Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The nine-striped black, blue and white leather pride flag was designed to provide representation to the international leather community.
Publish Date: 12th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Bear Brotherhood Flag thumbnail image.
The seven colored striped brown, orange, yellow, tan, white, grey and black, Bear Brotherhood flag represents the International Bear Brotherhood community.
Publish Date: 12th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Gender Fluid Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The five-colored striped pink, white, purple, black, and blue Gender Fluid flag is a pride flag that represents the Gender Fluid community.
Publish Date: 9th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Genderqueer Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The tricolor, lavender, white, green, Genderqueer flag is a pride flag that represents the genderqueer community.
Publish Date: 8th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Bisexual Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The tricolor bisexual flag is a pride flag that represents bisexuality, bisexual individuals, and the bisexual community.
Publish Date: 7th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Asexual Pride Flag thumbnail image.
The Asexual pride flag consists of black for asexuality, grey for the grey area between sexual and asexual, white for sexuality, and purple for community.
Publish Date: 6th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Pansexual Pride Flag thumbnail image.
Information, image, and color codes of the Pansexual Pride Flag, a symbol for the pansexuality community adopted in 2010 to distinguish the pansexual community from the bisexual community.
Publish Date: 4th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Labrys Pride Flag thumbnail image.
Information, image, and color codes of the Labrys Pride Flag, a symbol for the lesbian feminist community adopted in the 1970s by lesbian feminists as a symbol of strength and empowerment.
Publish Date: 3rd Nov 2022 - Updated: 19th Nov 2022
Transgender Pride Flag thumbnail image.
Information regarding the Transgender Pride Flag designed by Monica Helms to represent the transgender community.
Publish Date: 1st Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
Rainbow Gay Pride Flag thumbnail image.Rainbow Gay Pride Flag thumbnail image.Rainbow Gay Pride Flag thumbnail image.
Information regarding the Rainbow Gay Pride Flag designed by Gilbert Baker for the 1978 San Francisco’s Gay Freedom Celebration and still in use today.
Publish Date: 31st Oct 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022


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• (APA): SexualDiversity.org. (2022, November 12). Guide to LGBTQ+ Flags. SexualDiversity.org. Retrieved January 30, 2023 from www.sexualdiversity.org/edu/flags-2/


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