20 alternative LGBTQ Pride flags you might see flying

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The Q family of publications exists for your true colors. We are here for flying your unique flag. Those two promises collide quite literally this week.

In the Pride issue of Q ATLus magazine and across this year’s Pride content on Project Q Atlanta, we renew our commitment to take LGBTQ rights beyond the rainbow.

In an expanded edition of 10 Q Things from queer culture, here are 20 Q Things in honor of Pride Week in Atlanta.

Below are just some of as many as two-dozen possible Pride flags that LGBTQ and allied people may fly individually or concurrently. We acknowledge and recognize every stripe of the rainbow that you may call yours.

Gilbert Baker “San Francisco” Pride Flag

Hot pink =  Sex; Red = Life; Orange = Healing; Yellow = Sunlight; Green = Nature; Turquoise = Magic/Art; Indigo = Serenity; and Violet = Spirit

‘Traditional’ Pride

POC-Inclusive “Philadelphia” Rainbow Flag

Progress Pride Flag

Bisexual Pride Flag

Transgender Pride Flag

Pansexual Pride Flag

Asexual Pride Flag


Labrys Lesbian Pride Flag

Polyamory Pride Flag

Polysexual Pride Flag

Pansexual Pride Flag

Intersex Pride Flag

Gender Fluid/Gender Flexible Pride Flag

Gender Queer Pride Flag

Leather, Latex & BDSM Pride Flag

Bear Brotherhood Pride Flag

Rubber Pride Flag

Non-Binary Pride Flag

Straight Ally Pride Flag

There are more LGBTQ and allied Pride flags than listed here. Send more images and links to their creations and descriptions to [email protected].

This graphic listing also appeared in Q ATLus magazine. Read the latest Q ATLus issue online here:

Pick up each new edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta.


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