LGBTQ Pride Flags

LGBTQ Pride Flagging & What They Stand For

Show your pride in the LGBTQ community with one of these unique flags. Each flag represents a different group or identity within the community, so you can choose the one that feels most important to you.

These flags make a great addition to any home or office, and they also make a great gift for friends and family members who support equality and diversity. So fly your flag high and show your colours proudly! And when you’re ready to mingle, we’ve got the LBGT, Gay & Lesbian speed dating events for you!

Gilbert Baker Pride Flag

Gilbert Baker Pride Flag

The Gilbert Baker Pride Flag is a beautiful, iconic symbol of the LGBTQ+ community. This flag was designed by Harvey Milk and Gilbert Baker in 1978 as a symbol of hope and pride. The rainbow colors represent diversity and inclusion, making this flag a powerful statement of love and support.

Add this flag to your home to show your commitment to equality and acceptance for all. Made from durable polyester fabric, this flag is weather resistant and will last for years to come. Hang it outside or inside to show your support for the LGBTQ+ community!

The 1978-1999 Pride Flag

The 1978-1999 Pride Flag

The 1978-1999 Pride Flag was created in the wake of Harvey Milk’s assassination. The flag was designed by Gilbert Baker and featured seven colors to represent the diversity of the LGBTQIA+ community.

This flag is a representation of resilience and strength in the face of adversity. It is a symbol of hope for all who identify with it. Show your pride with this iconic piece of LGBTQIA+ history.

Rainbow Pride Flag

Rainbow Pride Flag

This Rainbow Pride Flag is perfect for organizations and businesses that want to show their support. The pink and turquoise from Gilbert’s original flag were excluded so it would be easier to mass produce, but the rest of the colors remain unchanged.

This symbolizes a safe space for everyone in the LGBTQ community without excluding anyone due to colour blindness or other disabilities.

Philadelphia’s People of Color Inclusive Flag

Philadelphia's People of Color Inclusive Flag

Philadelphia’s inclusive flag was created to give representation to black and brown people in the LGBTQ community. The flag features two black and brown stripes next to each other, with a rainbow stripe above them.

This flag is a great step for the city of Philadelphia to show the world that they’re working toward fully supporting all members of their community. Representation matters, and this flag ensures that everyone feels included in the Philly LGBTQ community. Thanks for flying it high!

Queer People of Color Flag

Queer People of Color Flag

The Queer People of Color Flag is a symbol that represents solidarity with the BLM movement and the intersection of the queer community. It gained notoriety last year during the height of the BLM movement, when it was used to represent LGBTQ members in Black Lives Matter protests.

The flag consists primarily of black and brown stripes overlaid on top of one another to form an X pattern, which is then surrounded by yellow bars forming an inner square. This design has been adopted by individuals who identify as both LGBT+ and people of color (POC).

The colours are intended to reflect diversity within these communities, as well as referencing symbols for resistance movements like Black Power groups and ACT UP’s AIDS awareness campaign.

Progress Pride Flag

Progress Pride Flag

The Progress Pride Flag was created in 2018 as a response to Philly’s updated pride flag. The flag combines the colours and stripes from Philly’s version of the pride flag and the colours of the transgender pride flag.

The goal of the flag is to represent all members of the LGBTQIA+ community, including those who are transgender or gender non-conforming. The Progress Pride Flag is a powerful symbol of inclusion and diversity.

Bisexual Flag

Bisexual Flag

So, what does the bisexual flag look like? It’s pretty similar to the rainbow flag, but instead of seven colors, there are only three – pink, blue, and purple.

The pink stripe represents women, blue represents men, and the purple stripe represents those who are attracted to both genders or identify as non-binary. This flag is a great way to show your support for the bisexual community and let everyone know that you’re proud to be bi!

Pansexual Flag

Pansexual Flag

Hey, pansexuals! Proudly show your colours with this flag representing attraction to all genders.

This polychromatic design is perfect for waving at parades, sticking on your laptop or just hanging in your window to let the whole neighbourhood know you’re open-minded and ready to love whoever comes your way. No matter how you identify, this flag is for you!

Polysexual Flag

Polysexual Flag

The polysexual flag is a way to represent the sexual orientation of people who are attracted to multiple genders. Unlike pansexuality, which represents attraction to all genders, polysexuality specifically includes those who are attracted to more than one gender but not all genders.

This flag was created on Tumblr in 2012 and has become an important symbol for the polysexual community. If you identify as polysexual, this flag is for you!

Asexual Flag

Asexual Flag

Asexual Flag is a product that celebrates the “asexual” lifestyle and replaces the traditional rainbow flag with a purple, black, white, pink and blue flag.

The black stripe on this new flag represents people who identify as Asexual or Demi-Sexual; the white stripe represents allosexual people (those who are not Asexual); and each of the other colours represent different subgroups within the Asexual community. This product can be used by those who identify as Asexual to show their identity in pride.

Demisexual Flag

Demisexual Flag

The demisexual flag is a black and white striped flag, with a purple triangle in the upper left corner. This triangle represents the Demisexual pride flag.

The stripes on the flag represent all of the different sexual orientations (heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, etc). Show your support for demisexuality and all of its allies with this stylish and funny flag! Let the world know that you stand with demisexuality!

Lesbian Flag

Lesbian Flag

The Lesbian Flag is a symbol of lesbian pride and unity. It was created by Natalie McCray back in 2010 and the different shades of red and pink are said to represent different shades of lipstick.

Some people still use that kiss mark to represent feminine or “lipstick” lesbians. The flag has become an important symbol for many LGBT communities around the world, including the feminist community which uses it as a representation for women who love other women.

Intersex Flag

Intersex Flag

This flag was created in 2013 by Morgan Carpenter. In an interview with Intersex Peer Support Australia, Carpenter said, “I wanted to create an image that people could use to represent intersex people without depending upon what I think are often misconceptions or stereotypes.”

Carpenter chose these colors as symbols to the community. Gold or yellow: In -Product description: This flag was created in 2013 by Morgan Carpenter. In an interview with Intergold Peer Support Australia, Carpenter said, “I wanted to create an image that people could use to represent intersex people without depending upon what I think are often misconceptions or stereotypes.” Carpentered chose these colors as symbols to the community.

Transgender Flag

Transgender Flag

The transgender flag is a symbol of the “trans” community. It consists of six stripes, three light blue and three pink, to represent people who are transitioning or have transitioned in some way.

The light blue is for those born as male, while the pink represents those born as female. This flag was created by transgender woman Monica Helms in 1999. Pride quotes her saying, “The pattern is such that no matter which way you fly it, it will always be correct. This symbolizes us trying to find correctness in our own lives.”

Genderqueer Flag

Genderqueer Flag

This flag is for all of the genderqueer people out there who don’t fit into society’s boxes. It’s a way to express yourself and your identity in a world that doesn’t always understand you.

The bright colours are eye-catching and will make you stand out from the crowd. So fly your flag with pride and let everyone know that you’re not afraid to be different!

Genderfluid Flag

Genderfluid Flag

The Genderfluid Flag is perfect for anyone who wants to show their support for genderfluidity. The flag features three colors – pink, white, and purple – which represent femininity, all genders, and both masculinity and feminity respectively.

The flag was created by JJ Poole in 2012 according to OutRight Action International, making it a longstanding symbol of support for the genderfluid community. Let everyone know that you stand with those who don’t fit neatly into one box with this awesome flag!

Agender Flag

Agender Flag

This flag is for anyone who identifies as agender, genderless, genderfluid or non-binary. The black and white stripes represent an absence of gender, while the grey stripe represents semi-genderlessness.

The green stripe stands for non-binary genders. This flag is a way to show your pride in being agender and to help educate others about what that means. Display this flag with pride!

Aromantic Flag

Aromantic Flag

Aromantic Flag is a flag that includes all aromantic sexualities, both asexual and sexual. The green section of the flag represents aromantics who are not sexually attracted to any genders (aromantic asexual).

The grey section represents aromantics who are only sexually attracted to one gender (asexual), while black represents those who are sexually attracted to more than one gender (allosexual). This is an inclusive symbol for people with many different romantic orientations.

Non-Binary Flag

Non-Binary Flag

This pride flag was created in 2014 by Kye Rowan for non-binary people who didn’t feel the genderqueer flag represented them. The term “queer” has also been used as a slur against the LGBT community, although many people have reclaimed the term.

Representing genders outside of the gender binary and those that are a combination of male and female, this is an important symbol for anyone to use if they wish to represent their identity or someone else’s.

Yellow represents those with both female and male identities while white stands for all genders—those that exist outside of what society deems as strictly male or female. Purple is meant to be mixed with yellow where it can represent mixed-gender identities such as agender

Polyamory Flag

Polyamory Flag

The polyamorous community is no longer a small subculture. Polyamory has gained recognition and respect, but the lack of an appropriate symbol for the flag has been an issue.

The pi symbol represents infinite partners and golden color stands for emotional connection as opposed to sexual love. Those that are polyamorous can have infinite partners, so pi, which goes on indefinitely is the perfect symbol for the polyamory flag.

Straight Ally Flag

Straight Ally Flag

Show your support for the LGBTQ+ community with this Straight Ally Flag. The black and white stripes represent the allies’ support, while the rainbow represents the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community. Made of durable polyester, this flag is a great way to show your pride and solidarity. Order now and let your voice be heard!