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Bisexual Pride Flag

The bisexual pride flag, featuring three colours.

Added to Sexuality Flags, on 11 July, 2015

Bisexual Pride Flag

The bisexual pride flag was designed in 1998 by Michael Page, in order to increase bisexual visibility within the broader Queer community.

Unveiled on December 5th, 1998, it is comprised of three colours – blue, pink and purple. It is believed, wrongly, that the ‘pink’ stood for females, and ‘blue’ for males, but in fact, the pink represents same-sex attraction, blue represents opposite-sex attraction. The purple overlay represents the combination of the both.

Since 1998, the Bisexual Pride flag has become widely embraced by the bisexual community, and is often flown or given presence on Celebrate Bisexuality Day (September 23rd).

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Bisexual Pride Flag