A brief history and description of each pride flag flown at our Center. Click the "Read More" to get more information on a pride flag. The flags listed below and the history behind them were compiled through research done by the GSRC Staff. This is not an exhaustive list of all flags. Aromantic: Someone who does not experience romantic attraction, or does so in a significantly different way than is traditionally thought of. History: The first aromantic pride flag was a four-stripe design with green, yellow, orange, and black.
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Skip to this video now. Play Video. One of the original rainbow pride flag makers on helping to create the iconic symbol. Lexi Magnusson, of Washington, said she was inspired by a conversation with someone in her neighborhood Magnusson described as anti-gay.
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The History And Meaning Of The Rainbow Pride Flag
Gay refers to the attraction towards or desire for the same gender or similar genders to one's own. Terms such as homosexual and homoromantic can be considered synonyms or subcategories of the gay umbrella. While gay applies to men, women, and non-binary people, it is sometimes used to only refer to gay men. The term lesbian tends to be used specifically for gay women and, less commonly, other terms are usually used specifically for gay men.
Suddenly, they are everywhere: stretched across balconies, flapping from car antennas, and pinned to coat lapels the world over in a moving display of solidarity with the community that was brutally terrorised on Sunday after a bigoted assault at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. But as we watch its jubilant stripes bind together communities around the globe, it is worth pausing to reflect on the origin of a cultural symbol that was propelled into iconic status nearly 40 years ago by heartbreaking tragedy. Still reeling from the twin traumas of withdrawal from the Vietnam War in and the first ever resignation of a US President in , following the Watergate scandal, America strove to conjure from national malaise a feeling of patriotism.