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10. Learn about LGBTQIA+ Flags

Learn about the different LGBTQIA+ flags and their meanings. This is a non-exhaustive list. Add what you would like to learn more about.
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Instructions
1. Claim a flag in the table. If your flag comprises of more than just stripes, please skip over Steps 2 through 7 and jump to Step 9. Copy and paste the flag instead.

2. Use to determine the HEX code

3. Copy the Image URL Link column from the table

4. Click on "Use your image"
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5. Click on the Image URL tab
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6. Hover over and click on the color
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7. Copy the HEX code on the right

8. Use the . to create the flag stripes directly on the canvas. Adjust stripe size accordingly. The formula breakdown is Rectange(width, height, color, name)
Example: Rectangle(700, 40, "#007AF5")

9. Research the flag and include the history, artist, color meanings, etc. using the Template to add its own section. Use our outline on the right to navigate to it.

10. Go back to and mark the flag as Done ☑️


Flags
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Gilbert Baker Pride Flag
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1978-1999 Pride Flag
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Rainbow Pride Flag
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Philadelphia's People of Color Inclusive Flag
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Queer People of Color Flag
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"Progress" Pride Flag
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Bisexual Flag
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Pansexual Flag
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Polysexual Flag
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Asexual Flag
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Demisexual Flag
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Lesbian Flag
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Intersex Flag
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Transgender Flag
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Genderqueer Flag
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Genderfluid Flag
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Agender Flag
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Aromantic Flag
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Non-Binary Flag
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Polyamory Flag
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Straight Ally Flag
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[TEMPLATE - Name of Flag]
Flag using Formulas:

History:

Artist:

Meaning of the colors:

Learn more:

Gilbert Baker Pride Flag
Flag colors using formulas:
pink
red
orange
yellow
green
turquoise
turquoise
turquoise

History:
The original gay pride flags flew at the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parade celebration on June 25, 1978. Prior to that event, the Pink triangle had been used as a symbol for the LGBT community, despite representing a dark chapter in the history of homosexuality. Harvey Milk commissioned artist Gilbert Baker to create a Pride flag. The rainbow was chosen because it’s a symbol of hope.

Artist:
Gilbert Baker

Meaning of the colors:
Hot Pink: Sex
Red: Life
Orange: Healing
Yellow: Sunlight
Green: Nature
Turquoise: Magic
Indigo: Harmony
Violet: Spirit

Learn more:

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