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Fraysexual Pride Flag

Author: Sexual Diversity
Author Contact: Sexual Diversity (SexualDiversity.org)
Published: 6th Jan 2023
Peer-Reviewed Publication: N/A
Additional References: LGBTQ+ Flags Publications

Summary: The Fraysexual Pride Flag consists of four colored stripes; Blue, Cyan, White, and gray. The origin of the flag design is currently unknown.


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What is Fraysexual?

Fraysexual (Ignotasexual) is a sexual orientation on the asexual spectrum. Fraysexual folks mostly experience sexual attraction to strangers or people they don't know very well. And, once they've developed a strong emotional bond with a partner, they often lose sexual, though not necessarily romantic, interest. Being a fraysexual leaves you with no choice because no matter how much you want to be sexually attracted to someone, you just can't overcome it. Any gender attracted to any other gender can be fray; a bisexual woman can be fraysexual, a gay man, or a pansexual non-binary person. Fraysexual is often described as being the opposite of demisexual - when someone has to have an emotional bond with someone before they are sexually attracted to that person.

The Fraysexual Pride Flag

The Fraysexual Pride Flag consists of four colored stripes; Blue, Cyan, White, and gray. Blue and cyan were chosen as complementary colors of red and yellow, representing romantic and platonic love.The Fraysexual Pride Flag consists of four colored stripes; Blue, Cyan, White, and gray. Blue and cyan were chosen as complementary colors of red and yellow, representing romantic and platonic love.

What the Fraysexual Pride Flag Colors Mean

The flag's original design origins are currently unknown. The Fraysexual Pride Flag consists of four colored stripes; Blue, Cyan, White, and gray. Blue and cyan were chosen as complementary colors of red and yellow, representing romantic and platonic love.

The Fraysexual Pride Flag Color Codes
Blue HEX = #226CB5 RGB = 34, 108, 181 CMYK = 81, 40, 0, 29
Cyan HEX = #93E7DD RGB = 147, 231, 221 CMYK = 36, 0, 4, 9
White HEX = #FFFFFF RGB = 255, 255, 255 CMYK = 0, 0, 0, 0
Gray HEX = #636363 RGB = 99, 99, 99 CMYK = 0, 0, 0, 61

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• (APA): Sexual Diversity. (2023, January 6). Fraysexual Pride Flag. SexualDiversity.org. Retrieved January 30, 2023 from www.sexualdiversity.org/edu/flags/1122.php


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