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Pride Flags

Pride Flags

Looking for a way to show your pride? Look no further than our selection of pride flags! We carry flags for every major pride flag, including the transgender flag, bisexual flag, and more. Whether you're looking for a flag to wave at a pride parade or to display in your home or office, we have what you're looking for.

The United States Flag Store carries these flags in a variety of sizes and styles so you can find the perfect pride flag. We carry banners and garden pride flags as well as flags in a myriad of fascinating designs. All are available at our typically low prices with fast shipping right to your door.

The rainbow symbolizes the inclusionary concept of gay pride, and the United States Flag Store carries a fine selection of beautiful, vibrantly colored rainbow flags and pride flags. They're perfect for gay pride parades and for many other occasions and locales.

What is the pink and blue pride flag?

The pride flag with predominantly pink, blue, and white horizontal stripes is known as the Transgender pride flag. This flag was created by Monica Helms to represent the Transgender community. The design is made up of two pink and two blue horizontal lines each on the outside of the flag and a single white horizontal line in the center of the flag. The Transgender pride flag is a perfect symbol to use for many occasions like Transgender Day of Remembrance, parades, to display in homes, and so much more! Find Transgender pride flags here.

What are the main pride flags?

Current popular pride flags include rainbow pride flags, bisexual pride flags, and transgender pride flags. You can find all those pride flags and more here.

How many pride flags are there?

The LGBTQ+ community is made up of many sexual orientations and identities. Each of those orientations and identities does often have a flag that acts as a symbol of representation for their communities. Here we have a huge selection of over 50 different styles and types of pride flags like the Genderqueer flag, Demisexual flag, Polysexual flag, Asexual flag, and so much more!

What do all the pride flags mean?

Each pride flag has its own meaning and represents each sexuality and orientation uniquely, with our wide selection of durable and colorful pride flags you can represent the LGBTQ+ community with pride flags of all sizes! Shop here to find pride flags for asexual visibility, bisexual visibility, and more.

LGBTQ Flags

In the original flag or the first LGBTQ pride flag created by Gilbert Baker, the colors meant the following:

Pink for sexuality

Red for life

Orange for healing

Yellow for the sun

Green for nature

Turquoise for art

Indigo for harmony

Violet for the soul

What is the Lesbian flag?

Lesbian Flags

There is many styles of Lesbian pride flags, some of these styles include the sunset lesbian flag, the labrys lesbian flag, lipstick lesbian, and many others. The labrys lesbian flag was created by Sean Campbell. The design involves a labrys placed on an inverted black triangle, with a violet background. The labrys was adopted as a symbol of empowerment by the lesbian feminist community. Women that did not conform to the Nazi ideal of a woman, which included homosexual females, were condemned to concentration camps and wore an inverted black triangle badge to identify them. Some lesbians reclaimed this symbol as gay men reclaimed the pink triangle. The stripes from top to bottom of the Sunset Lesbian Flag (pink & orange flag) mean the following gender non- conformity, independence, community, unique relationships to womanhood, serenity & peace, love & sex, and femininity. Find the Labrys lesbian flag, Sunset lesbian flag, and other here.

Gay Flags

The original Gay pride flag was flown for the first time in 1978 at a Gay pride parade in San Francisco since then many different flags have been created to represent the LGBTQ+ community. Our Gay pride flags are made of high quality materials and beautiful colors. Find Gay flags perfect for outdoor use this pride month here.

Bi Flags

Michael Page is the creator of the Bisexual pride flag. The design of the bi flag means the following the horizontal pink stripe represents attraction to the same sex, gender, plus similar genders, the horizontal blue stripe represents attractions to different sex, and genders, and the horizontal purple stripe represents attraction regardless of sex or gender. Celebrate bisexuality with a bisexual pride flag, perfect for pride parades, home decor, and more!

Trans Flags

Monica Helms is know as the creator of the Transgender Flag from top to bottom the colors of the stripes in the trans flag are as follows one light blue stripe, one light pink, one center white stripe, another light pink stripe, and the last stripe is another light blue one. The light blue color in the flag represents the traditional color for a baby boy and the light pink stripe represents the traditional color for a baby girl. The creator states that the white stripe represents a transition area or a area for those who feel they do not fit into a gender binary, a gender neutral area.

Demisexual Flags

The Demisexual flag is a flag that represents people who only feel sexual attraction to people with whom they have a strong emotional connection.

Black - asexuality

Gray - demisexuality

White - sexuality

Purple - community

Pansexual Flags

Pansexuality is defined as having an attraction towards people regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. The colors of the pansexual flag are from top to bottom magenta, yellow, and cyan. In this design the magenta stripe represents women, the cyan represents men, and the yellow represents the non binary and gender fluidity.

Asexual Flags

Asexuality is defined as having a low, lack, and/or absent interest in sexual activity with others. In the asexual flag the colors mean the following the black stripe for asexuality, the gray stripe for gray-asexuality and demisexuality, the white stripe for non-asexual partners, and the purple stripe for community.

Nonbinary Flags

Non-Binary is defined as not being male or female. Being non-binary means that your gender falls outside the gender binary, for the people this applies to they feel their gender is not male or female. The colors of the non-binary flag differ from most of the other flags in that none of the colors on it represent a specific gender. The yellow stripe stands for people completely outside the gender binary, the white stands for people with multiple genders, the purple stripe is for people who incorporate ideas of traditional male and female traits, and the black stripe is for those whose do not identify with a specific gender. Support and spread awareness about being Nonbinary by flying a nonbinary flag!

Progress Pride Flag

Daniel Quasar is the creator of the progress pride flag, in his design Quasar added a five colored chevron to the original six stripe rainbow flag. The black and brown stripes added represent queer people of color and the light pink, light blue, and white stripe represent the transgender community. The design of the progress pride flag was created with inclusivity and diversity for all in the LGBTQ+ community.