Introduction

Lesbian Flag, Dawn

Lesbian flag with 6 horizontal stripes: Hot pink, mid pink, light pink, yellow, yellow-orange, and orange.

Lesbian Flag, Dawn

Created by @bridgette_rome on 2 June 2018.

Unveiled at twitter.com/bridgette_rome

Definition

“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 6 even horizontal stripes which are colored (top to bottom) hot pink (#F20D8B), mid pink (#FF6999), light pink (#FF96FF), yellow (#FFE948), yellow-orange (#FFBE00), and orange (#FC9303).

Meaning

The pink stripes represent femme lesbians, the orange stripes represent butch lesbians, and the yellow and lilac stripes represent non-binary and androgynous lesbians.

This flag was named in a private message with us.

Influences

This flag was inspired by the Lipstick Lesbian flag and the Butch Positivity Lesbian flag.

About the Creator

Pronouns: She/her xe/xyre/xem. Nonbinary femme lesbian from California.
Twitter bio

“She’s a native lesbian artist who invented the flag to represent the diversity and warmth within the Lesbian community the pink represents femmes orange for butches and the lilac/ yellow for NB lesbians, as well as subtle homage to the old school purple flag”
– Private message from the creator

Sources

Dawn Lesbian flag unveiling

Private messages with the creator