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Pansexual Pride Flag

Author: Sexual Diversity
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Published: 4th Nov 2022 - Updated: 17th Nov 2022
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Additional References: LGBTQ+ Flags Publications

Summary: 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.

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The Pansexual Pride Flag consists of pink, yellow, and blue stripes and does not generally use the Pansexual symbol in its design. It was first created in 2010, but it is still being determined who the original designer was. The purpose of the Pansexual flag design was to separate the pansexual community from the bisexual community because the two are often confused with one another.

What the Pansexual Flag Colors Mean

The meaning of the color striped is commonly considered as follows:

A slightly different interpretation of the colors refers to the pink and the blue, respectively representing the "female spectrum" and the "male spectrum" of the usual gender binary, with the yellow representing non-binary attraction, as well as "life and happiness."

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The Pansexual Pride Flag features three stripes, pink, yellow, and blue.The Pansexual Pride Flag features three stripes, pink, yellow, and blue.


Pansexual Pride Flag Color Codes
Pink/Magenta HEX = #FF218C RGB = 255, 33, 140 CMYK = 0, 87, 45, 0
Yellow HEX = #FFD800 RGB = 255, 216, 0 CMYK = 0, 15, 100, 0
Blue/Cyan HEX = #21B1FF RGB = 33, 177, 255 CMYK = 87, 31, 0, 0

Also see our web page regarding the Pansexual Symbol that represents pansexuality.

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