LGBTQ+ Flags

The Rainbow Flag (aka Pride Flag, Gay and Lesbian Pride Flag, LGBT Pride Flag)

1978 Pride Flag - The Original 8 stripe design

Rainbow Pride Flag – The Original eight-stripe version designed by Gilbert Baker in 1978

1978 - 2nd Pride Flag

1978 Rainbow Pride Flag – 2nd Version, with hot pink removed due to fabric unavailability

1979 Rainbow Pride Flag - Traditional

1979 Rainbow Pride Flag – 3rd Revision, traditional six-color design, popular since 1979, with royal blue replacing both turquoise and indigo.

2017 Revised Gilbert Baker nine-stripe pride flag

2017 Pride Flag – Redesigned by Gilbert Baker into a nine-stripe flag.

2017 Pride Flag - variant from Philadelphia

2017 Pride Flag – variant created in Philadelphia.

2018 Pride Flag - Progress variant

2018 Pride Flag – variant by Daniel Quasar promoting Progress.

2018 Pride Flag - Social Justice variant created in India

2018 Pride Flag – Social Justice variant created in India.

Since 2000, thousands of Pride related flags have been created by organizations and individuals.

The flags cover a wide spectrum of causes and beliefs on sexuality, gender, identity, and fetishes.

There are far too many for us to display, but they can easily be found on the internet. For more information, check out these links.

The Rainbow Flag (Wikipedia)