While many of us are now familiar with the famous rainbow flag, there are also other LGBQT+ flags that each represent the different sex, sexuality, attraction, and gender diversities within our fabulous community.
Even if most queer people identify with the rainbow flag itself, many also desire to fly their own particular flag alongside it. Because, y’all, representation is crucial!
One such flag is the Agender Pride Flag – a flag you might already have seen flown at any number of pride festivals around the world, from Fort Lauderdale to Sitges…and everywhere in between!
Agender refers to a person who does not identify themselves as having a particular gender. Other words used to describe agender include genderfree, neutrois, gender blank, or genderless.
The agender pride flag was created in 2014 by Salem X. It has seven equal-sized horizontal stripes. The stripes are colored black, gray, and white, with a central green one, then the opposite white, gray, and black to finish.
The agender flag has four colors. Here’s what they all mean:
- Black and white stripes represent a lack of gender
- Gray represents semi-genderless
- Green represents nonbinary genders.