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Pride Stickers (Select Your Colors)


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The genderqueer flag? The mixture of blue and pink (traditional colors associated with men and women, present on the transgender pride flag) as lavender is meant to represent androgynes and androgyny. Also represents the “queer” in genderqueer, as lavender is a color that has long been associated with “queerness” , including gay, lesbian, and bisexual communities. White represents the agender identity, congruent with the gender neutral white on the transgender pride flag. Dark chartreuse green is the inverse of the lavender color and meant to represent the “third gender” identity, i.e. Those whose identities are defined outside of and without reference to the binary.

The lesbian flag? The "orange-pink" lesbian flag, modeled after the seven-band pink flag, was introduced on tumblr by blogger emily gwen in 2018. The colors include dark orange for "gender non-conformity", orange for "independence", light orange for "community", white for "unique relationships to womanhood", pink for "serenity and peace", dusty pink for "love and sex", and dark rose for "femininity". The flag was also meant to include trans women. A five-stripes version was soon derived from the 2018 colors.

The nonbinary flag? In 2014, kye rowan designed the nonbinary flag in response to a call put out for a nonbinary flag that was separate from the genderqueer flag, the final design is shown at the top of this article. This flag is meant to "represent nonbinary folk who did not feel that the genderqueer flag represented them. This flag was intended to go alongside marilyn roxie's genderqueer flag rather than replace it.

What is the philly flag? In june 2017, the city of philadelphia adopted a revised version of the flag designed by the marketing firm tierney that adds black and brown stripes to the top of the standard six-color flag, to draw attention to issues of people of color within the lgbt community

The transgender pride flag was created by american trans woman monica helms in 1999, and was first shown at a pride parade in phoenix, arizona in 2000. "the stripes at the top and bottom are light blue, the traditional color for baby boys. The stripes next to them are pink, the traditional color for baby girls. The stripe in the middle is white, for those who are transitioning or consider themselves having a neutral or undefined gender." -helms

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