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Lesbian Pride Flags

Author: Sexual Diversity
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Published: 19th Nov 2022 - Updated: 20th Nov 2022
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Additional References: LGBTQ+ Flags Publications

Summary: Information and example images, including color codes of the five and seven-stripe Lesbian Pride flags.

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The word "lesbian" literally means resident of the island Lesbos and became synonymous with women who like women in reference to the island's most famous resident, Sappho, a female poet who wrote many love poems to other women around 600 BCE. Today, a lesbian is someone who experiences sexual or romantic attraction to other women or between women. The term normally applies to women; however, some nonbinary people also identify with this term.

There are multiple versions of the Lesbian Pride Flag, including the:

Seven Stripe Lesbian Flag

The seven-stripe version has been around since 2018 and was proposed as the new "lesbian flag for everyone" by Tumblr blogger Emily Gwen and currently seems to be the most widely recognized one. The Lesbian Pride flag has seven primary colors, dark orange, orange, light orange, white, pink, dusty pink, and dark rose. The chart further down the page lists the common and popular color codes of these colors in HEX, RGB and CMYK formats.

Fig 1. Seven-stripe lesbian pride flag.Fig 1. Seven-stripe lesbian pride flag.

Five Stripe Lesbian Flag

Another version features a simplified five-color design. From top to bottom, the five selected colors represent Gender non-conformity (dark orange), Community (light orange), Unique relationships to womanhood (white), Serenity and peace (pink), and Feminity (dark pink).


What the Lesbian Pride Flag Colors Mean

The Seven Stripe Lesbian Flag features seven different colors, dark orange, orange, light orange, white, pink, dusty pink, and dark rose, which are said to mean from top to bottom:

The Seven Stripe Lesbian Flag Color Codes
Dark Orange HEX = #D52D00 RGB = 213, 45, 0 CMYK = 0, 79, 100, 17
Mid Orange HEX = #EF7627 RGB = 239, 118, 39 CMYK = 0, 51, 84, 6
Light Orange HEX = #FF9A56 RGB = 255, 154, 86 CMYK = 0, 40, 66, 0
White HEX = #FFFFFF RGB = 255, 255, 255 CMYK = 0, 0, 0, 0
Light Pink HEX = #D162A4 RGB = 209, 98, 164 CMYK = 0, 53, 22, 18
Mid Pink HEX = #B55690 RGB = 181, 86, 144 CMYK = 0, 53, 21, 29
Dark Pink HEX = #A30262 RGB = 163, 2, 98 CMYK = 0, 99, 40, 36

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Thumbnail image: The Pangender flag features light shades of pink, red, and yellow and a white stripe in the middle.
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