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[Genderfluid Pride Flag]
image by Tomislav Todorović, 10 June 2015, revised 30 October 2023

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Genderfluid Pride Flag

Name "genderfluid" applies to the persons with a flexible/fluctuating gender identity. Not identifying themselves as strictly male or female, they are considered a subgroup of genderqueer people, still they are considered distinctive enough to have a flag of their own. The genderfluid pride flag has five horizontal stripes. Their colors and meaning, starting from the top, are as follows:
    - pink: represents femininity;
    - white: represents the lack of gender;
    - purple: represents a combination of masculinity and femininity;
    - black: represents all other gender identities distinctive from strict femininity or masculinity;
    - blue: represents masculinity.
Source: Gender symbols at Wikipedia
Photos of genderfluid pride flag, taken at the 2005 Gay Pride in Columbus, Ohio, can be found here, here and here.
Tomislav Todorović, 10 June 2015

No right-side up

[Genderfluid Pride Flag]
image by Tomislav Todorović, 30 October 2023

Since its introduction, the flag has come into more widespread use. There are also many examples of its hoisting with reversed color order; [1-5] however, those with the original order are still more numerous, [6-14] so it might be concluded that this has become another "no right side up" flag, but with pink at the top still being preferred hoisting. The variation of color shades has also been recorded, pink typically being darker and purple and blue sometimes being lighter than originally seen.
Tomislav Todorović, 30 October 2023
[1] Flickr - Photo from Pride Cymru, on 25 September 2018:
[2] Getty Images photo archive - Photo from Pride Cymru, uploaded on 25 August 2018:
[3] Flickr - Photo from Cambridge Pride, on 16 July 2019:
[4] Flickr - Photo from Spokane Pride, on 17 June 2022:
[5] Flickr - Photo from Pride Cymru, on 18 June 2023:
[6] Flickr - Photo from Leeds Pride, on 7 August 2017:
[7] Flickr - Photo from Leeds Pride, on 5 August 2018:
[8] Flickr - Photo from Leeds Pride, on 5 August 2018:
[9] Flickr - Photo from Pride Cymru, on 24 August 2019:
[10] Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Equality March in Katowice, on 11 September 2021:
[11] Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Copenhagen Pride, on 20 August 2022:
[12] The Jerusalem Post newspaper website - Report from Tel Aviv Pride, on 8 June 2023: (image:,fl_lossy/c_fill,g_faces:center,h_537,w_822/507308)
[13] Wikimedia Commons - Photo from London Pride, on 1 July 2023:
[14] Flickr - Photo from Seattle Pride, on 25 June 2023: