1. Designed by Jim Evans, the flag represents honesty with the blue stripe, love with the red, and the fight against discrimination with the black stripe. It first appeared a pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona in 2000. For both gray, blue, and pink flags, the colors represent the same meaning. By Ariel Sobel . The black stripe in the flag represents a lack of gender, and white is there for all genders. Baker, who died in 2017, said each colour in the flag represents something different. Purple represents community. Designed by advocacy group Intersex Human Rights Australia in 2013, the intersex Pride flag intentionally stays away from traditionally gendered colours of blue and pink to celebrate the intersex community. June was officially designated as Pride Month in commemoration of the New York Stonewall Riots of 1969. The pi symbol in the middle of the flag is used because it is the first letter in the Greek word for polyamory, and also represents emotional attachments to other people. The black stripe stands for asexuality, the grey stripe for grey-asexuality or demisexuality, the white for allies and the purple for the asexual community as a whole. Some of these flags may not be familiar to everyone, so PinkNews brings you a look at the many wonderfully bright and diverse designs. In 1998, Michael Page wanted to spotlight bisexual people within the LGBTQ+ community. Though there may be fewer in-person celebrations due to the coronavirus pandemic, Pride is still being celebrated online this year—and you'll likely see a lot of different flags that embody different aspects of the LGBTQ+ community. Intersex International Australia designed this flag in 2013 with non-gendered colors "that celebrate living outside the binary." Thus far, it looks to be the only subculture with its own flag, although there's apparently a "twink flag" used online. Many people see pansexuality as either an attraction regardless of gender or an attraction to all genders. Asexuality is a term used by people who have limited or no sexual feelings or desires. However, the design we are most familiar with has changed slightly from the original designed by Gilbert Baker in 1977. The meme has appeared in several blockbusters including Black Panther, Atomic Blonde and Logan, as well as the wonderful music video for Janelle Monáe’s song “Make Me Feel.”. Page said that the message of the flag was the idea that the purple blends into both the blue and pink in the same way that bisexual people often blend unnoticed into both gay and straight communities. The new flag sparked controversy, but it has a large host of supporters, including Lena Waithe who fabulously wore a cape version of the inclusive flag to the 2018 Met Gala. But what's powerful is that the breadth of representation continues to evolve, a nod to the diversity of sex, sexuality, attraction, and gender. A list of many of the Pride flags in the LGBTQ+ community, and the meaning behind each flag. Pride month is a time for protest and celebration, one when the LGBT+ community unite under the rainbow banner or their chosen Pride flag. Here’s what each one represents. The blue and pink represent boys and girls, and no matter which way you hold it, the flag is always right-side up. Daniel Quasar, who identifies as queer and non-binary, recently made-over the six-coloured rainbow flag, saying they added a five-striped arrow to reflect “all aspects of our community.”. Genderfluid is the term for people who find that their gender identity can shift, and the identity is often included under the non-binary umbrella. The rainbow flag is seen at Pride events all around the world and is often used as a collective symbol for the entire LGBT community. The rainbow flag can operate as a general flag for the LGBTQ+ community, but it's not necessarily all-inclusive. Created in 2014 by 17-year-old Kye Rowan, the four stripes of the Non-binary Pride flag each represent a different part of the non-binary community. Enter your email to receive a daily roundup of the top LGBT+ news stories, who fabulously wore a cape version of the inclusive flag, The transgender Pride flag was created by Monica Helms, a designer began a campaign to “re-boot” the Pride flag, important symbol for many lesbians online, Intersex means a person who is born with variations in sex characteristics, pansexuality as either an attraction regardless of, open sexual or romantic relationships with more than one person, Non-binary is both a term to describe a gender identity, Genderfluid is the term for people who find that their gender identity can shift, associated with kink and the BDSM community, a bear is a man who is hairy and/or has facial hair.