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Intersex Pride Flag (Gender Variant)

(Gender variant Intersex flag)

Added to Gender Identity Flags, on 12 July, 2015

Intersex Pride Flag (Gender Variant)

Created in 2009 by Natalie Phox, the intersex flag consists of five stripes; two lavender stripes, the traditional transgender colour, two white stripes, to represent all-gender and non-binary individuals, and a gradient stripe between blue and pink to represent the combination of two sexes.

The flag gained prominence in intersex communities, but in 2013, a gender-neutral variant was proposed by Intersex International Australia which avoided using traditional gender colours, to avoid comparisons with the transgender community or perceived gender binaries (i.e. that an intersex individual may want to choose to be either gender).

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Intersex Pride Flag (Gender Variant)