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Bigender Pride Flag

Author: Sexual Diversity
Author Contact: Sexual Diversity (SexualDiversity.org)
Published: 22nd Nov 2022
Peer-Reviewed Publication: N/A
Additional References: LGBTQ+ Flags Publications

Summary: The Bigender Pride Flag features seven colored stripes pink, purple, blue with a white stripe in the middle to represent bigender people.


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What is Bi-gender?

Bi-gender is a gender identity in which a person has or experiences two genders. The genders may be any combination of two genders, and those genders can be binary (man or woman) or non-binary. They may be experienced simultaneously or alternate, and they may not be experienced equally or in the same way. Some, but not all, bi-gender people experience gender dysphoria, especially if the two genders have markedly different gender expressions.

Bi-gender Pride Flag

There are over twenty variations of the bi-gender flag. We have listed the two most popular versions below.

Version 1 - Seven Stripe Bi-gender Pride Flag

Image of the seven striped Bi-gender Pride Flag for people who identify as male and female and may go between the two genders or combine them.Image of the seven striped Bi-gender Pride Flag for people who identify as male and female and may go between the two genders or combine them.

Version 2 - Alternative Five Stripe Bi-gender Pride Flag

Image of the alternative five striped Bi-gender Pride Flag showing the addition of a yellow colored stripe.Image of the alternative five striped Bi-gender Pride Flag showing the addition of a yellow colored stripe.

What the Bi-gender Pride Flag Colors Mean

Though the flag's creator did not add meanings to the colors, it is assumed that pink represents femininity and womanhood, and blue represents masculinity and manhood. The varying shades that meet white in the middle are most likely representative of the nonbinary nature of the bi-gender identity. It has also been stated that this pink, purple, white, and blue Bi-gender Pride flag represents different gender identities, with the white stripe in the middle inspired by the Transgender Pride Flag. We have presented two universally accepted versions of the flag's color meanings below:

Version 1

Version 2

The Bi-gender Pride Flag Color Codes
Pink HEX = #C479A2 RGB = 196, 121, 162 CMYK = 0, 38, 17, 23
Light Pink HEX = #EDA5CD RGB = 237, 165, 205 CMYK = 0, 30, 14, 7
Purple HEX = #D6C7E8 RGB = 214, 199, 232 CMYK = 8, 14, 0, 9
White HEX = #FFFFFF RGB = 255, 255, 255 CMYK = 0, 0, 0, 0
Light Blue HEX = #9AC7E8 RGB = 154, 199, 232 CMYK = 34, 14, 0, 9
Blue HEX = #6D82D1 RGB = 109, 130, 209 CMYK = 48, 38, 0, 18

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Latest LGBTQ+ Flags Publications

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Thumbnail image: Image of the Polyamory Pride flag consisting of three equal horizontal colored stripes, blue, red, and black, with a gold Greek lowercase letter pi symbol in the center.
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.
Author: Sexual Diversity
Publish Date: 28th Nov 2022
Thumbnail image: Image of the alternative five striped Bi-gender Pride Flag showing the addition of a yellow colored stripe.Thumbnail image: Image of the seven striped Bi-gender Pride Flag for people who identify as male and female and may go between the two genders or combine them.
The Bigender Pride Flag features seven colored stripes pink, purple, blue with a white stripe in the middle to represent bigender people.
Author: Sexual Diversity
Publish Date: 22nd Nov 2022
Thumbnail image: Image of the Lipstick Lesbian Flag designed in 2010 by Natalie McCray featuring six shades of pink and red stripes, one white one in the middle, and a red kiss overlay.
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.
Author: Sexual Diversity
Publish Date: 20th Nov 2022
Thumbnail image: The Butch Lesbian Pride flag features seven stripes: three stripes using shades of blue, a white center stripe, and three stripes of shades of purple.
The Butch Lesbian Pride flag, designed using shades of blue and purple, is one variation of several lesbian flags.
Author: Sexual Diversity
Publish Date: 20th Nov 2022


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• (APA): Sexual Diversity. (2022, November 22). Bigender Pride Flag. SexualDiversity.org. Retrieved December 2, 2022 from www.sexualdiversity.org/edu/flags/1098.php


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