Amazing LGBT flags and meaning !

Hey Welcome the new world of freedom struggle where LGBT flags are symbol of liberty and rights movement of very special community of this world. LGBT is short for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender, a community that works closely with people who have sexual or other sexual preferences. However, the “+” sign of the LGBT acronym has been adapted to include many other societies, including others, such as waiting list, asexual, intersex.

The LGBT community is a minority of people in every country who are fighting for their rights despite being human beings. They have made several movements for his rights in almost every country. Let’s see the colors of their movement flag and their meaning.

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LGBT Flags Colors

It is sometimes called the rainbow flag because it draws inspiration from the colors that appear naturally in it, but only six colors are compatible with the current flag:

  • Red: life
  • Orange: health
  • Yellow: sunlight
  • Green: nature
  • Blue: serenity
  • Violet: spirit

Lesbian Pride

It is strange that the word “lesbians” comes from the Lesbos in Greek texts, where the poetess Sappo describes her love for women in poems, which is why the term “lesbians” is used to refer to female homosexuality.

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Lesbian flag and its colors

There is no official lesbian pride flag, as there are several that are used as representation, but of the most used it has seven stripes of different colors:

  • Red: gender nonconformity
  • Orange : independence
  • Melon : community
  • White : unique relationships with femininity
  • Pink : serenity and peace
  • Purple: love and sex
  • Fuchsia : femininity

Gay Pride and Flag

Although they were previously defined as male homosexuals, the term homosexual is commonly used to refer to men who are romantically and sexually attracted to other men.

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When talking about gay pride, an association is usually made with the generic LGBT + pride flag, for this reason several flags have been proposed as representation, one of them in seven colors:

  • Turquoise: community
  • Green: healing
  • Light green: fun
  • Whitenon-normative gender expression
  • Light blue: pure love
  • Purple: strength
  • Violet: diversity

Bisexual Pride and Flag

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Bisexuality is a trend that indicates that a person is attracted to people of the opposite sex, but also of the same sex, although not necessarily on the same level.

It is commonly stated that intersexuality is about moving into homosexuality, when in reality it is not, so its purpose is to give a greater insight as indicated by its science.

  • Magenta: same-gender attraction
  • Blueattraction to the opposite gender
  • Lavenderrepresents bisexuality in general

Shemale & Transsexual Pride Flags

To speak of transsexuality is to refer to a process by which people undergo they feel that they have an identity different from the gender that was assigned to them at birth. Physical characteristics of the handsome sex are then acquired, either through hormonal and / or surgical treatments to physically reflect how they feel internally.

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Monica Helms was the transgender woman who designed the most accepted and exhibited trans flag
  • Celeste: male gender
  • Pink: female
  • White: gender neutral

Intersex pride Flag

An individual is identified as inter-sexual when it presents characteristics of both sexes, the reproductive and, or genital organs, that is, both females and males, which differ to a lesser extent to the extent.

The thing that attracts a lot of attention is that the condition can be seen from birth or its development throughout a person’s life (especially between childhood and adolescence), and sometimes this external form is not visible from.

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This flag was created in 2013 by Australian Morgan Capenter

Here the circle represents simplicity and totality, hinting that all intersex people deserve to keep their bodies intact until they are able to make the decision to change it. or leave it like this:

  • Yellow: hermaphroditic or neutral color
  • Purple: different and powerful

Non-Binary Pride Flag

Also related to genderqueer and other genders, it is a term that has been adopted by those who do not identify with traditional genders. In other words, individuals are not limited to established male and female genders, as their identification can go further.

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While there are different non-binary identities with their own flag, they do share a few colors along with their meanings of this four-stripe and color flag:

  • Yellow: gender separated from binary
  • White: all genders
  • Lilac: a mixture of the feminine and masculine gender
  • Black: genderless

Pansexual Pride Flag

On the one hand, pansexual is seen as a sexual orientation in itself, but on the other hand it is considered a branch of bisexuality, although it differs from the other in being attracted to any gender.

A person identified as heterosexual may be attracted to another person regardless of their gender and the gender that identifies them, what really matters is that they are human.

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  • Pink: femininity
  • Yellow: non-binary
  • Blue: masculinity

Asexual Pride Flag

There are people who point out asexuality as a disorder. The truth is that the asexual community, characterized by lack of sexual attraction or low sexual attraction, wants to be recognized as a sexual orientation even without the desire to engage in sexual activity.

It is estimated that 1% of the population of world is asexual and while many questions are asked regarding those who identify as such, one of the most common questions is whether they have a partner and the answer is yes, good. It is possible to have a romantic life as a couple without having sex.

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The asexual flag is divided into four stripes of the same size with four colors that have meanings that represent asexual pride:

  • Black: asexuality
  • Gray: asexual individual
  • White: asexuality as sexuality
  • Purple: asexual collective

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