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Importance of Transgender Pride Flag

The Transgender Pride Flag was designed by Monica Helmes who is a trans woman and served her nation in US Navy. The flag was first unveiled in August 1999 at Arizona LGBT Pride celebration at Phoenix. Monica Holmes always used to have a feeling that there is a deep and dark secret which she is hiding from the world. In an interview, she said that she used to pray to almighty to turn her into a girl. She had served in U.S.S Francis Scott Key from 1972-1976. She was placed in the San Francisco zone in 1976. San Francisco has a powerful social atmosphere. It had helped many U.S Military soldiers to identify their genders. It also helped Monica Helps...

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Importance of Pansexual Pride Flag

  The Pansexual pride flag is designed to represent the pansexual community. Though it looks a bit similar to the LGBT flag, it has got its own meaning and significance. It was first found on the websites related to the pansexual community in the mid-2010s. One of the main reasons for the creation of a pansexual pride flag is to distinguish the pansexual community from the bisexuality. It has increased the recognition and visibility for pansexual people all across the world. The design of the flag reflects that the pansexuals have romantic relationships and attractions with people of different sexualities and genders. Pansexuality has always been throwing challenges to the preconceived notions and prejudices. It breaks away the ostracism, judgments...

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Importance of Asexual Pride Flag

Asexuality was always to some other groups prior to the Asexual Pride Flag. The actual need for a flag was born with a desire to have their own emblem or symbol which represents them. Before Asexual flag, people use symbols like a half-filled heart or AVEN triangle to represent asexuals. But none of those symbols really represented them they were invisible in a wider arena. For instance, AVEN triangle is just a logo of a website and majority of the asexuals were not affiliated to that website. Coming to the half-filled heart, it symbolises romance and naturally aromantics were favourable using it. 'A' in the word Asexual mean Aro, which is used to describe the people who do not experience...

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Importance of Demisexual Pride Flag

We see rainbow flags in every hook and corner during the Pride Month. But it is really important to get the attention and support for all the other extra sections of people in the LGBT community. Demisexuals are often misunderstood or neglected. We don't see them much even during the Pride Month where gender and sexual acceptance is celebrated. Demisexual People can only feel the sexual attraction only when there is a deep emotional connection formed. It doesn't mean that Demisexuals are highly picky when it comes to their sex life. They just feel sexual attraction towards anyone. They can only get attracted when there is an emotional bond. That's the reason why Demisexuals are often aligned with Asexuals (people...

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Importance of Genderqueer Pride Flag

Genderqueer Pride Flag was designed by Marilyn Roxie in the year 2011. It is a lavender, white and green horizontal striped tricolor flag. When the flag design was first unveiled, there were some suspicions about the colors and their origins as they are similar to the colors used by the Suffragette Movement United Kingdom. However, a complete clarification was issued which has revealed that the similarities are just a coincidence and totally unintentional. The main purpose of this flag is to be a symbol or an emblem of awareness for genderqueer people. Genderqueer people are still not identified and they are also not familiar with any other flag designs. This Genderqueer Pride Flag is definitely something very purposeful and creative...

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