Introduction

Genderfluid Flag

Genderfluid flag with 5 horizontal stripes: salnom-pink, white, hot-purple, black, and blue.

Genderfluid Flag

Created by JJ Poole in 2012

Unveiled at genderfluidity.tumblr.com.
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Definition

Genderfluid “can be used as a specific identity or as a way of articulating the changing nature of one’s gender or expression. Genderfluid or genderflux people may have genders that shift in a pattern, shift constantly, or flip like a switch.”
– The Transgender Language Primer. See the full genderfluid definition.

Style Guide

This flag has 5 even horizontal stripes which are colored (top to bottom) pink (salmon #FF75A2), white (#F5F5F5), purple (violet #BE18D6), black (#2C2C2C), and blue (#333EBD).

Meaning

The flag’s five stripes express the diversity of genderfluidity. The pink stripe represents femininity, and the blue stripe represents masculinity. The purple stripe represents both masculinity and femininity. The black stripe represents the lack of gender, and the white stripe represents all genders.

About the Creator

JJ Poole (they/them), is agender and pansexual. They’re from New York state. They advocate for people who do not fit into heteronormative society.

Read more in our interview with JJ Poole.

Sources

Genderfluid flag unveiling