Agender Flag

Agender flag with 7 horizontal stripes: Black, light grey, white, light green, white, light grey, and black.

Agender Flag

Created by Salem on 18 February 2014.

Unveiled at


“Agender people define their gender in a variety of ways. Some agender people define their gender as being neither a man nor a woman while others understand themselves as not having any gender at all.”
– The Transgender Language Primer. See the full Agender definition.

Style Guide

This flag has seven even horizontal stripes which are colored (top to bottom) black (#010204), grey (#BCC4C6), white (#E9EDEE), green (#B8F483), white (#E9EDEE), grey (#BCC4C6), and black (#010204).


The black and white stripes represent the absence of gender, the grey stripes represent semi-genderlessness, and the green stripe represents non-binary genders because it is an invert of purple and outside the blue-pink gendered spectrum.

About the Creator

Salem (they/she), transrants on Tumblr, is agender and panromantic demisexual. They are an artist from New York. They created the agender flag, and the three main demigender flags in an effort to increase visibility and reclaim their own identity. They were 20 when the flags were created.

Read more in our Interview: Creator of the Agender Flag


Agender flag unveiling