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It's a push for people to start listening to people of color in our community, start hearing what they’re saying," Amber Hikes, executive director of Philadelphia's LGBT Affairs, told NBC Newsat the time.
In 2016, yet another lesbian pride flag was created—the " butch lesbian pride flag." Instead of pink and purple hues, the butch lesbian pride flag uses purples (representing lesbians or women loving women), blues (representing masculinity), and white (representing people across the gender and sexuality spectrums). Omnisexual folks are attracted to people of all genders, where gender still plays a role in their attraction to a person.
Therefore, the second iteration of the Rainbow Pride Flag was sold by the Paramount Flag Company, which changed it to a rainbow flag featuring red, orange, yellow, green, blue and two purple colors. Orange represents independence, both as a concept in itself, and as a form of independence from men This flag was specifically designed for straight allies to wear or wave at pride parades, without presenting themselves as queer.
The pi (π) symbol is a Greek letter, and makes reference to the fact that “polyamory” also starts with “p” Dastagir, Alia E.; Oliver, David (June 1, 2021). "LGBTQ Pride flags go beyond the classic rainbow. Here's what each one means". USA Today. Archived from the original on June 1, 2021 . Retrieved 1 June 2021. Chelsea Del Rio, PhD, is an associate professor of history in the Social Science Department and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Option at CUNY – LaGuardia Community College. Del Rio is also the co-chair of the American Historical Association's Committee on LGBT History, the creator and coordinator of Lavender LaGuardia, the college's LGBTQIA+ faculty and staff group, and the co-coordinator of Clinic Escorts for NYC.Nevertheless, Del Rio does point out a common thread between the most recognizable lesbian flags: the color purple. "[Purple] plays a significant role across time and across communities," Del Rio explains. "Lavender or purple has a long history as a color that represents queer folks. There are many, many, many different roots for that. Some reference the poetry of Sappho and her referencing violets, to effeminate cultural practitioners in the 19th century." There was also a slur used in the late '60s and early '70s that referred to lesbians as "lavender menaces." It was reclaimed and adopted by lesbian activists, Del Rio says. This is probably the most common LGBTQ+ rainbow pride flag you’ll see these days. This 6-coloured rainbow pride flag is the version that was adopted into emoji form in 2016: 🏳️🌈
Still, that doesn't mean LGBTQ+ pride flags start and end at the many variations of the rainbow one. The "orange-pink" lesbian flag, modeled after the seven-band pink flag, was introduced on Tumblr by blogger Emily Gwen in 2018.   The colors include dark orange for "gender non-conformity", orange for "independence", light orange for "community", white for "unique relationships to womanhood", pink for "serenity and peace", dusty pink for "love and sex", and dark rose for "femininity".  A five-stripes version was soon derived from the 2018 colors.  Gallery The Genderqueer Pride Flag, which is also sometimes referred to as another Nonbinary Flag, is categorized by three horizontal stripes. From top to bottom, its colors are lavender, white and green. The lavender symbolizes the androgynous; white represents agender identities, and green represents nonbinary people.Demigirl folks identify only partially as a girl or woman. The demigirl gender is part of the non-binary umbrella, since it doesn’t fit within the binary (male / female) concept of gender. Demigirl folks may or may not identify as another gender on top of partially being a girl or woman.