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Bisexual Moons

About the two-moon symbol that represents bisexuality.

Added to Queer Symbols, on 12 October, 2016

Bisexual Moons

The origins of the two bisexual moons are unclear, but it is known that the symbol arose in order to avoid using the triangle symbols that were used by Nazi Germany, and later adopted as a symbol of gay pride (the pink triangle).

Typically, the two crescent moons, seated side by side, are coloured by gradient with the three colours of the bisexual flag.

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Bisexual Moons