The Single Largest List of 42 LGBTQ+ Flags

I’ve scoured the internet to try and compile the largest list of LGBTQ+ flags I could find. I present to you, the single largest list of 42 LGBTQ+ flags!

1. Original Pride Flag (8 colors)

Gilbert Baker’s 1977 pride flag featured 8 colors and was flown at the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parade celebration on June 25, 1978, one year after the Stonewall riots.

2. 1978 Pride Flag (7 colors)

In 1978, demand for the flag skyrocketed after Harvey Milk’s assassination. The hot pink color was removed because of production issues and availability of the material.

3. Modern Pride Flag (6 colors)

1979 brought us the modern day, 6 color pride flag after the turquoise stripe was dropped to make the stripes an even number. This allowed them to be hung vertically from the San Francisco light poles without one of the stripes being obscured.

4. Philadelphia Pride Flag

In 2017, after a number of discrimination claims arose from local gay nightlife venues in Philadelphia, the city designed a new flag that represented the often overlooked black and brown communities.

5. Progress Pride Flag

Launched as a Kickstarter in 2018 by Daniel Quasar, the Progress Pride flag highlights the underrepresented communities of black, brown, and trans people.

6. Ally Pride Flag

Featuring a large “A” for ally, the ally pride flag represents straight/cis gender people who support the forward movement of civil rights for LGBTQ+ people.

7. Abrosexual Pride Flag

Definition: Someone whose sexual attraction is not constant, but is always in flux

8. Aegosexual Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who is dissociated from feeling sexual attraction with another, but can feel sexual arousal alone

9. Agender Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who rejects gender completely

10. Alexigender Pride Flag

Definition: Someone whose gender is fluid, but they are not able to identify what gender they identify as at any given time.

11. Androgyne Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who is non-binary and does not neatly fit into the definition of male or female.

12. Aromantic Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who either does not feel romantic feelings or feels them in a way substantially differently from others

13.Asexual Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who feels low, or no, sexual attraction for others.

14. Bigender Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who has two genders which they either experience simultaneously or they fluidly transition between.

15.Bisexual Pride Flag

Designed by Michael Page in 1998, the bisexual pride flag first flew at the BiCafe’s first anniversary party on December 5 that same year.

16. Demisexual Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who only experiences sexual attraction after a deep, meaningful emotional attraction is developed.

17. Demifemale Pride Flag

Definition: Someone whose gender identity is partially female/feminine, regardless of their assigned gender at birth.

18. Demiflux Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who has one static gender identity and then can fluctuate between other gender identities, with the static gender unaffected.

19. Demimale Pride Flag

Definition: Someone whose gender identity is partially male/masculine, regardless of their assigned gender at birth.

20. Diamoric Pride Flag

Definition: Similar to non-binary, but the diamoric flag represents those who do not fit in a specified gender while also rejecting the gender binary.

21. Gay Man Pride Flag

In 2019, Tumblr user gayflagblog introduced this new design for the gay man flag which addressed a lot of issues with previous designs.

22. Genderfluid Pride Flag

Description: Someone who does not have a fixed gender identity.

23. Genderflux Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who experiences different levels of intensity for their gender identity.

24. Genderqueer Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who does not believe in the conventional gender-identities.

25. Intersex Pride Flag

Definition: People who are born with sex characteristics that do not fit the typical definition of male or female.

26. Labrys Lesbian Pride Flag

This lesbian pride flag was created in 1999 by graphic designer Sean Campbell, using a labrys as the symbol for feminist pride.

27. Lipstick Lesbian Pride Flag

A twist on one of the lesbian pride flags, this one includes a red kiss and was introduced in the weblog This Lesbian Life in 2010.

28. 2018 Lesbian Pride Flag

In 2018, Tumblr blogger Emily Gwen create a new lesbian pride flag design, retaining the same 7 stripes but with new colors.

29. 2018 5 Color Lesbian Pride Flag

An updated version of the new lesbian pride flag, but this time with only 5 stripes.

30. Librafluid Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who feels mostly agender, but feels a special connection to a certain gender

31. Neutrois Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who feels similarly to being agender, or who feels a null or neutral gender.

32. Non-Binary Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who does not feel that they fit in the binary gender spectrum of male and female.

33. Omni Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who feels similarly to being pansexual, except they do acknowledge the gender of their partners, whereas pansexuals do not recognize gender at all.

34. Panromantic Pride Flag

35. Pansexual Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who feels romantic or sexual attraction to others, regardless of gender, to the point that they don’t recognize gender as a factor.

36. Polygender Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who experiences multiple gender identities.

37. Polysexual Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who is attracted to multiple, but not all, genders.

38. Pomoromantic Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who rejects the established romantic orientation labels.

39. Pomosexual Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who rejects the established sexual orientation labels.

40. Queer Pride Flag

41. Transgender Pride Flag

Created by Monica Helms, a trans woman, in 1999. It was first introduced at the 2000 Pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona.

42. Trigender Pride Flag

Definition: Someone who experiences three gender identities simultaneously. Eg, male, female, and non-binary.

Phew! What do you think? Are there any we missed that you want to see represented? If so, drop us a comment!

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