The Flag for the Asexual Community #pridemonth #pinkinourlives

Learn about the diverse range of the pride flags that have been designed over the years. The variety that exists may surprise you!!!

That is why we explain each flag to you.

The asexual flag was created in 2010 by the Asexual Visibility and Education Network. This flag represents the asexual community. Because this is a less common identity and asexuality can mean different things to different people, it is best to ask each individual what it means to them.

For some people, it may mean that they rely on other types of attraction instead of or in place of sexual attraction.

Once again, each color in this flag also represents something unique.

Black stands for asexuality
Gray represents demisexuality,
sexual attraction after an
emotional bond
White stands for the allies of the
community
Purple represents the entire
community of asexual folks

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Lesley Middleton, owner of  PINK IN OUR LIVES

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