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Gay & LGBT+ Flags & Icons
Rainbow pride flags
Gilbert Baker designed the rainbow Pride flag for the 1978 San Francisco Gay Freedom Day celebration.
The flag does not depict an actual rainbow. Rather, the colours of the rainbow are displayed as horizontal stripes,
with red at the top and violet at the bottom. It represents the diversity of gays and lesbians around the world.
In the original eight colour version.
Pink - sexuality, Red - life, Orange - healing, Yellow - the sun, Green - nature, Turquoise - art, Indigo - harmony, Violet - spirit.
Original eight stripe version
Seven stripe version with pink colour removed due to a lack of fabric (1978–1979)
Six-stripes version with turquoise colour removed and indigo colour changed to royal blue (1979-present)
Rainbow Mars - (rainbow gay)
Rainbow Venus - (rainbow lesbian)
Progress Flag. In 2018, a designer began a campaign to “re-boot” the Pride flag to make it more inclusive by adding a five-coloured chevron to represent queer people of colour as well as the trans community
Other gay pride flags
Age Play pride flag
BDSM pride flag
Bear pride flag, adopted in 1995
Boi Fetish flag
Fat Fetish pride flag
Leather pride flag designed by Tony DeBlase in 1989 and adopted in the 1990s
Master Slave pride flag
Ownership pride flag
Rubber pride flag
Straight pride flag
Twink pride flag
Lesbian pride flags
Lipstick lesbian pride flag the original design also including a red kiss.
Lipstick lesbian pride flag based on 2010 design by Kasandra Brabaw
Lesbian pride flag Paul Murphy-Kasp 2019 design
Lesbian pride flag (Labrys)
Other LGBT+ pride flags
If you are nor sure what any of these meanings stand for, please see our Gay slang dictionary
Agender pride flag
Androphilia pride flag
Aromantic pride flag
Asexual pride flag
Autosexual pride flag
Bisexual pride flag, adopted in 1998
Demisexual pride flag
Gender fluidity pride flag
Genderqueer pride flag
Gynephilia pride flag
Intersex pride flag, adopted in 2013
Nonbinary pride flag
Pansexuality pride flag
Polysexuality pride flag
Straight And Supportive pride flag
Transgender pride flag
Location pride flags
Philadelphia, United States (People of colour pride flag)
Scotland (Scottish LGBT Pride Rainbow Saltire)
South Africa (Gay pride flag of South Africa)
United Kingdom (Pink Union Jack)
Wales (Welsh red dragon)
Triangle badges of the Third Reich
Black Triangle The black triangle used to mark individuals considered 'asocial'. The category included homosexual women, nonconformists, sex workers, nomads, Romani, and others.
Pink Triangle Homosexual men
Pink & Yellow Triangle Homosexual male prisoners that were Jewish.
These would make good tattoos.
Double female symbol (Lesbian females)
Double male symbol (Gay males)
Double moon (Bisexuality)
Labrys (Lesbian feminism)
Lambda (Gay Liberation)
Trans feminist symbol