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Genderqueer Pride Flag

A flag for Genderqueer individuals.

Added to Gender Identity Flags, on 12 July, 2015

Genderqueer Pride Flag

The Genderqueer Flag was designed in 2011 by Marilyn Roxie, and was originally designed to represent non-binary and genderqueer people. However, the flag became synonymous with Genderqueer identity, and as a result, an alternative non-binary flag was soon proposed.

Consisting of three stripes, the purple stripe represents a mixture of blue/pink, traditionally masculine and feminine colours respectively; the white stripe represents agenderness, gender neutrality, or a combination and inclusion of many/all genders; the chartreuse green stripe (the inverse colour of purple), represents those outside of the gender binary.


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Genderqueer Pride Flag