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Gender and Sexuality Resources

Rainbow Flag Colors

The Rainbow Flag is probably the most recognized flag out of all of them. This flag has an interesting history as it originally include two additional colors: pink and turquoise. However, throughout the years the two colors were dropped for various reasons, resulting in the six-colored flag we see today. To learn more about the history of this flag, check out the resources below! 

People of Color Rainbow Flag

The POC (Person of Color) Rainbow Flag is a semi-recent addition. The flag was created as part of a campaign launched by the Philadelphia Office of LGBT Affairs to be more inclusive. 

Polysexual Pride Flag

The Polysexual Flag was created in 2012 by a user on Tumblr. To learn more about the history of this flag, check out the resources below! 

Labrys Lesbian Flag

The Labrys Lesbian Flag was created in 1999 by Sean Campbell. To learn more about the history of this flag, check out the resources below! 

Asexual Pride Flag

The Asexual Pride Flag was created in 2010. To learn more about the history of this flag, check out the resources below! 

Pansexual Pride Flag

The Pansexual Pride Flag was created by Gilbert Baker and has been in use since the mid-2010s. To learn more about this flag, check out the resources below! 

Nonbinary Flag

The nonbinary flag was created in 2014 by Kyle Rowan.