Genderqueer Pride

This flag was given to us in 2011 by Marilyn Roxie to create visibility for the genderqueer community. It was originally intended to represent all non-binary and genderqueer communities, but it so quickly became synonymous with genderqueer only that the non-binary communities felt the flag did not represent them.

Color Meaning - 

  • Lavender - As a mixture of blue and pink, this color represents androgyny and those that identify as a mixture of male and female.
  • White - Representing those that identify as agender.
  • Green - The direct inverse of lavender, this chartreuse green represents those that identify outside of the gender binary.