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Enamel Pride Flag Lapel Pin

Enamel Pride Flag Lapel Pin

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Flag your pride decoratively and discretely to signal solidarity to others with similar orientations and allyships.

These affordable imported enamel pins are the perfect way to fly your flag every day.  Choose the appropriate flag(s) for your proud colors, and fly them anywhere- on your bag, lapel, jacket, curtains, bulletin board or anywhere else you desire to rally yourself to your own cause!

Curious about all the pride flags? Check out this article that explains the history behind many of these designs.  

 Rainbow Pride Flag

Pride Flag Rainbow

Designed in 1979 by Gilbert Baker.

The popular six stripe rainbow flag was modified in the late 1970s to six even stripes symbolizing the diversity and hope of the LGBT community. It is worn and displayed to show support for the LGBT community by both allies and members!

  • Red = Life
  • Orange = Healing
  • Yellow = Sunlight
  • Green = Serenity
  • Blue = Nature
  • Purple = Spirit

Leather Pride Flag :

Pride Flag Leather

The Leather Pride Flag is a symbol used by the Leather and BDSM subcultures since the 1990s. It was designed by Tony DeBlase in 1989. According to DeBlase: "The flag is composed of nine horizontal stripes of equal width. From the top and from the bottom, the stripes alternate black and royal blue. The central stripe is white. In the upper left quadrant of the flag is a large red heart. I will leave it to the viewer to interpret the colors and symbols."

"More Color More Pride" Philly Rainbow Pride Flag

Pride Flag Philly Rainbow

Flag your pride Philly Style with the official Philadelphia "More Color More Pride" flag centering the lives and contributions of black and brown LGBTQPIA++ people!

  • The Philly Black & Brown inclusive pride flag was officially adopted by the City of Philadelphia in 2017 to celebrate the contributions of people of color to LBBTQPIA++ communities.
  • Many moons later, We FINALLY HAVE THE FLAGS at an affordable price, so come get yours!

Progress Pride Flag:

Progressive  Pride Flag

Designed by Daniel Quasar in 2018

  • Adds five new colors to emphasize the inclusion of BIPOC and Trans voices in the queer community.

  • The flag includes black and brown stripes to represent people of color, and baby blue, pink and white, which are used in the Transgender Pride Flag.

Rubber Pride Flag :

Pride Flag Rubber

This symbol is for members of the rubber and latex fetish community to identify like-minded rubberists. The flag was designed by Peter Tolos and Scott Moats in 1995. 

  • Black represents desire for the latex / rubber look and feel 
  • Red represents passion for rubber
  • Yellow represents a drive for intense rubber play and fantasies 
  • The kink in the bands of color represents the fact that rubber fetish is a kink 

 Trans Pride Flag:

Pride Flag Trans

The Trans flag celebrates the transgender community and the lives of trans people. The flag was designed by Monica Helms in 1999.

  • Consists of five horizontal stripes: two light blue, two pink, and one white in the center. 
  • The blue and pink stripes symbolize the traditional pink and blue color indicators of masculinity or femininity.
  • The white stripe in the center signifies transition or nonconformity within these roles.

Pansexual Pride Flag: 

Pride Flag  PansexualThe pansexual pride flag was designed as a symbol for the pansexual community. 

The flag has been found on various internet sites since mid-2010.

It consists of:

  • Three colored horizontal bars: pink, yellow, and blue
  • The blue portion of the flag represents those who identify within the male spectrum (regardless of biological sex)
  • The pink portion represents those who identify within the female spectrum (regardless of biological sex)
  • The yellow portion, found in between the blue and pink portions, represents non-binary attraction 

 Bear Pride Flag:

Pride Flag Bear

The International Bear 
Brotherhood  Flag 
was designed to represent the bear subculture within the LGBT community. The gay bear culture celebrates secondary sex characteristics such as growth of body hair and facial hair, which is typically considered a "bear" trait.

  • Design inspired by Leather Flag and created by Craig Byrnes in 1995.
  • Stripes represent various nationalities and colors of bears internationally.

Genderqueer Pride Flag:

Pride Flag Genderqueer

The genderqueer pride flag was designed in 2011 by Marilyn Roxie. It consists of three stripes:

  • Lavender represents androgyny and queerness.
  • White represents agender identity or gender neutrality
  • Green represents those whose identities which are defined outside the binary.

 Bisexual Pride Flag:

Pride Flag Bisexual

Bisexual Pride Flag was designed by Michael Page in 1998 and consists of three colors:

  • Dark pink color representing sexual attraction to the same sex only (homosexual)
  • Blue represents sexual attraction to the opposite sex only (heterosexual) 
  • The resultant overlap color purple represents the unique experience of bisexual folx as being more than "just gay and straight."
  • In common usage, Bisexual is used to refer to people with attraction to more than one gender, while pansexual is used to refer to people with attractions to all genders.

 Asexual Pride Flag:

Pride Flag Asexual

Asexuality flag consists of multiple stripes. The asexual pride flag was created in 2010 after a vote by members of various asexual communities. 

  • Black represents asexuality
  • Grey represents grey-asexuality and demisexuality
  • White represents non-asexual partners and allies
  • Purple represents community
Lesbian  Pride Flag:

Lesbian Flag

The Lesbian Pride flag features seven different shades of pink, orange, white and red. This version was created by Emily Gwen in 2018.

The colors represent the following (Top to Bottom):
  • Top Red Stripe = Gender Non-Conformity
  • Orange Stripe = Independence
  • Light Orange Stripe = Community
  • White Stripe = Unique Relationships to Womanhood
  • Pink Stripe = Serenity & Peace
  • Mauve = Love & Sex
  • Magenta = Femininity

Polyamory Pride Flag  : 

Pride Flag  Polyamory

Polyamory refers to the ability and desire to engage in multiple intimate relationships with the consent of all involved. This flag was created by Jim Evans in 1995.


  • Blue represents the openness and honesty among all partners 
  • Red represents love and passion
  • Black represents solidarity with those who are forced to hide their polyamorous relationships from the outside world due to societal pressures
  • The pi (π) symbol is a Greek letter, and makes reference to the fact that “polyamory” also starts with “p”
  • Gold in the pi symbol represents the value placed on emotional attachment, not just physical attraction 


     Non-Binary Pride Flag:

    Pride Flag Non-Binary

    Created by 17-year-old Kye Rowan in 2014, this flag was a response to nonbinary people feeling improperly represented by the genderqueer flag. This symbol was not to replace Roxie's creation but sit beside it as an option. The stripes represent the following:

    • Yellow symbolizes gender outside the binary.
    • White, a mix of all colors, represents those with many or all genders.
    • Purple stands in for those who feel both binary male and female or fluid between them.
    • Black is for the agender community, people who identify as having no gender.

     Agender Pride Flag:

    Was designed by Salem X in 2014.

    Pride Flag  Agender
    • Both black and white  represent the complete absence of gender. 
    • Grey represents being semi-genderless. 
    • Green represents nonbinary gender, because it is the inverse of purple.

    Bootblack Pride Flag:

    Bootblack Pride FlagAfter a two year debate within the community, on July 4th, 2005 Jesse 'Spanky' Penley came up with a design that would eventually become the accepted Boot Black Pride Flag.
    • The flag is reported to have premiered  at the International LeatherSir / International Leatherboy event in Atlanta, Georgia in 2005. 
    • Spanky used a diagonal stripe to differentiate from the leather pride flag. The width of the stripes, signify the wide range of people who are, and appreciate boot blacks. The unisex boot, stands for the non-gender specific nature of boot blacking. The large red heart signifies the heart that the bootblack puts behind his or her boots.

     Puppy Pride Flag:

    Puppy Pride Flag

    This is a flag that represents a part of the community into Pet Play.  The White stripe is slightly bigger to represent the broadness of the community, the bone represents the unconditional, non-judgmental heart of the puppy. This design is reported to have been created by Pup Flip Gray in 2011.


    Boy/Boi Pride Flag:

    Leather Boy Pride Flag

    The Leather Boy/Boi Pride flag is meant to represent Boys/Bois, a subgroup of the leather subculture. The word originally denoted younger and submissive gay men with an appreciation for older and dominant men (these being called Sirs, Masters or Dads), who were often newcomers to the community as well. The flag is reported to have been designed by boy Keith in 1999.


     Drag Pride Flag:

    Drag Pride Flag

    The Drag Pride flag was designed by Veranda L'Ni. In 2016, the Austin International Drag Festival (AIDF) held a contest for an official flag of drag to be created, and this was picked as the winning design. The colours and symbols represent the following - as detailed by L'Ni:

    • Purple = the passion for drag we all share
    • White = the blank slate that is our body and face that we all change to create the characters that we become
    • Blue = self expression and loyalty
    • Crown = leadership in the drag community
    • Stars = the many forms of drag

    Neurodivergent Pride:

    neurodiversity pride flag

    The neurodiversity features the iconic rainbow infinity  mobius strip  symbol  on a white background. The rainbow infinity symbol symbolizes the great diversity in the Autistic community, and is widely used to represent the larger neurodiversity community beyond autism, such as ADHD and dyslexia.         

    Autistic Pride

    The Austistic pride symbol represents autism as a unique kind of neurodiversity. The gold infinity symbol was created to replace the classic puzzle piece used by those who often see autism as an illness to be eradicated. Created by Autistic folx, for Autistic folx to be proud of their disabilities, strengths, and differences from allistics (non-autistic people), this symbol represents the fight for acceptance rather than erasure.

    Curious about all the pride flags? Check out this article that explains the history behind many of these designs.


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