Lesbian Flag, Anurtransyl

Lesbian flag with 5 horizontal stripes: dark turquoise, light turquoise, pale purple, light purple, and purple.

Lesbian Flag, Anurtransyl

Created by Jace on 9 April 2018.

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“Someone, who can be transgender or cisgender, who generally considers themself a woman who is attracted to other women.”
– The Transgender Language Primer. See the full lesbian definition.

Style Guide

This flag has 5 even horizontal stripes which are colored (top to bottom) dark turquoise (#3781B0), light turquoise (#82B3E0), pale purple (#DFD0F4), light purple (#C38DE3), and purple (#7A49B3).


The top two blue stripes represent loyalty and trust and the freedom to love women. The middle stripe represents trans and non-binary lesbians, and the bottom two purple stripes represent serenity and pride and love for oneself.

About the Creator

“The creator of this flag is an Arab-American Muslim lesbian who goes by Jace [She/her, he/him]. This flag was finalized with the help of many friends, and they made sure that the meanings of this flag represented that lesbians can be proud of their identity and love for women, they can find comfort in it. The blues were chosen for calmness, and the purples for lesbian history with the colors lavender & violet”
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This blog was hijacked by a porn bot sometime between 4 December 2018 and 3 April 2019. The URL was not found on 16 December 2018, which may be when the attack happened. The Internet Archive has a copy.
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