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.
This flag went through a variety of iterations before the current intersex flag emerged. Previous versions embraced the rainbow that is often associated with queer pride, while others used colors like blue and pink, which are found on the transgender flag.
In 2013, Morgan Carpenter chose the colors yellow and purple for the intersex flag. Morgan moved away from the rainbow symbolism and selected these colors because neither is associated with the social constructs of the gender binary.
The circle, perfect and unbroken, represents the wholeness of intersex people. It is a reminder that intersex people are perfect the way they are or choose to be.
There are so many pride flags that represent the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community. Given this, it’s important to know the meaning behind the flags that represent different members within our community.
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