Progress Pride

Rainbow Pride

Gilbert Baker

Philadelphia

Progress Pride

The Progress Pride Flag was designed by Daniel Quasar. It is based on the classic rainbow pride flag, with the addition of a brown and black stripe to represent BIPOC and people who have died from AIDS. The pink, white and blue represent transgender people. The chevron shape represents the progress that has been made and the progress that still has to be made for acceptance of LGBTQIA+ people, both within and outside of the community.

Rainbow Pride

The 6-stripe rainbow pride flag is certainly the most well known and widely used pride flag. It was designed by Gilbert Baker, and is a modification of his original design (pictured above). The original teal and pink stripes were removed because those fabric colors were expensive, and Baker chose to prioritize accessibility.

Gilbert Baker

This is the first well known pride flag. It was created by Gilbert Baker in 1978. Baker refused to trademark it, setting the tradition that has followed for most pride flags. Each color has a symbolic meaning, listed below.

Hot pink: Sex

Red: Life

Orange: Healing

Yellow: Sunlight

Green: Nature

Turquoise: Magic/Art

Indigo: Serenity

Violet: Spirit

Philadelphia/Philly

The Philly Pride Flag was designed in 2017 by the marketing company Tierney for the city of Philadelphia. It was created to bring attention to the racism and discrimination present within the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as the progress that has been made towards inclusion.

Queer Pride

Agender Pride

Androgyne Pride

Bigender Pride

Queer Pride

This is one of a few flags that we haven't been able to find the origins of. It appears to be relatively unused, we had to recreate a high quality version of it.

This flag, like the rainbow variations above represents anyone who identifies as queer. Nearly all people who are a part of LGBTQIA+ community identifies as queer.

Rainbow Pride

The 6-stripe rainbow pride flag is certainly the most well known and widely used pride flag. It was designed by Gilbert Baker, and is a modification of his original design (pictured above). The original teal and pink stripes were removed because those fabric colors were expensive, and Baker chose to prioritize accessibility.

Gilbert Baker

This is the first well known pride flag. It was created by Gilbert Baker in 1978. Baker refused to trademark it, setting the tradition that has followed for most pride flags. Each color has a symbolic meaning, listed below.

Hot pink: Sex

Red: Life

Orange: Healing

Yellow: Sunlight

Green: Nature

Turquoise: Magic/Art

Indigo: Serenity

Violet: Spirit

Philadelphia/Philly

The Philly Pride Flag was designed in 2017 by the marketing company Tierney for the city of Philadelphia. It was created to bring attention to the racism and discrimination present within the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as the progress that has been made towards inclusion.

Boyflux Pride

Demigender Pride

Demiboy Pride

Demigirl Pride

Boyflux Pride

This is one of a few flags that we haven't been able to find the origins of. It appears to be relatively unused, we had to recreate a high quality version of it.

This flag, like the rainbow variations above represents anyone who identifies as queer. Nearly all people who are a part of LGBTQIA+ community identifies as queer.

Demigender Pride

The 6-stripe rainbow pride flag is certainly the most well known and widely used pride flag. It was designed by Gilbert Baker, and is a modification of his original design (pictured above). The original teal and pink stripes were removed because those fabric colors were expensive, and Baker chose to prioritize accessibility.

Demiboy Pride

This is the first well known pride flag. It was created by Gilbert Baker in 1978. Baker refused to trademark it, setting the tradition that has followed for most pride flags. Each color has a symbolic meaning, listed below.

Hot pink: Sex

Red: Life

Orange: Healing

Yellow: Sunlight

Green: Nature

Turquoise: Magic/Art

Indigo: Serenity

Violet: Spirit

Demigirl Pride

The Philly Pride Flag was designed in 2017 by the marketing company Tierney for the city of Philadelphia. It was created to bring attention to the racism and discrimination present within the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as the progress that has been made towards inclusion.

Genderfluid Pride

Genderflux Pride

Genderqueer Pride

Neutrois Pride

Genderfluid Pride

This is one of a few flags that we haven't been able to find the origins of. It appears to be relatively unused, we had to recreate a high quality version of it.

This flag, like the rainbow variations above represents anyone who identifies as queer. Nearly all people who are a part of LGBTQIA+ community identifies as queer.

Genderflux Pride

The 6-stripe rainbow pride flag is certainly the most well known and widely used pride flag. It was designed by Gilbert Baker, and is a modification of his original design (pictured above). The original teal and pink stripes were removed because those fabric colors were expensive, and Baker chose to prioritize accessibility.

Genderqueer Baker

This is the first well known pride flag. It was created by Gilbert Baker in 1978. Baker refused to trademark it, setting the tradition that has followed for most pride flags. Each color has a symbolic meaning, listed below.

Hot pink: Sex

Red: Life

Orange: Healing

Yellow: Sunlight

Green: Nature

Turquoise: Magic/Art

Indigo: Serenity

Violet: Spirit

Neutrois Pride

The Philly Pride Flag was designed in 2017 by the marketing company Tierney for the city of Philadelphia. It was created to bring attention to the racism and discrimination present within the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as the progress that has been made towards inclusion.