Until now. As its designer, he could have slapped a copyright on it, and probably become a millionaire. But instead he allowed anyone to use it — making it a gift to the world. This is a flag for those who identify as agender, or genderless. Literally, people who reject the idea of having a gender. The black and white stripes represent the absence of gender.
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A rainbow flag is a multicolored flag consisting of the colors of the rainbow. The designs differ, but many of the colors are based on the spectral colors of the visible light spectrum. There are several independent rainbow flags in use today. The pride flag represents LGBT pride since
How the Rainbow Became the Symbol for LGBTQ+ Pride
Many people signed on to the Internet on 26 June to find their Twitter and Facebook feeds exploding with rainbows. Where did that rainbow flag come from, and how did it come to symbolize gay pride and rights? Gilbert Baker, an artist and drag queen, first created the Rainbow Flag in Baker says he saw a flag as a more powerful symbol than a seal or a sign, since it is flown to represent a nation, people or country.
It completely astounded me that people just got it, in an instant like a bolt of lightning — that this was their flag. Skip navigation! Story from Queer Voices. I'll never forget the day my something-year-old grandmother grabbed a rainbow belt from the shelf at Spencer's, wrapped it around her waist, and shimmied her hips down the aisle. The image is hilarious enough on its own, but it's accompanied by the sheer mortification of my mom, who grabbed the belt out of her hands while cracking up.