Gender Creative Pride Flag
The gender nonconforming pride flag is a vibrant symbol of affirmation and validation for all folks that live outside the dichotomy of cisgender vs. transgender, that eschew the stereotypes and that disavow the labels of gender normativity, that claim agency in who they are and what they can be, and that define for themselves and on their own terms the parameters of their birth-assigned sex.
The banner is constructed of two exterior lavender fields in opposition, a composite of the pink and blue fields found in the transgender pride flag and an interior white field one-fifth the proportion to the height. Lavender symbolizes the blurring of the conventional ideals associated with masculinity and femininity whereas white represents freedom of gender expression, or freedressing.
The following design principles were used in the creation of the pride flag:
A vector illustration of the pride flag is available on Wikimedia Commons:
On July 19, 2015, the gender creative pride flag was released into the public domain (CC0) for purposes of socio-political advocacy.
Originally designed by Leslie Krause (2015)
To the extent possible under law, Leslie Krause has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Gender Creative Pride Flag. This work is published from: United States.
Advocating freedom of expression for genderqueer, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people, while countering transphobia and toxic gender stereotypes.
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