What are the different Lgbtqia+ Flags?
- Red: Life and sexuality
- OrangeHealing and friendship
- Yellow: Vitality and Energy
- GreenNature and serenity.
- BlueHarmony and artistry.
- Violet: Spirit and gratitude
What Is the Flag of LGBT official? The Rainbow flag It is used as a symbol for lesbian, gay and bisexual, transgender, (LGBT), and queer pride, and LGBT social movements. Also Also known as the gay pride flag or LGBT pride flag, the colors reflect the Diverseness of the LGBT community the Spectrum of human sexuality.
What Do the different pride flags represent? It Represents the Diversity of gays, lesbians all around the world. In the Original eight-color version: pink for sexuality, red to live, orange to heal, and yellow for love. the sun, green, for nature, turquoise, for art, indigo, for harmony, violet, for spirit
What Is the GREY flag in Lgbtq? The Flags are composed of four horizontal stripes from top to bottom: black, grey and white. The Black stripe is a symbol of asexuality the Grey stripe represents the Grey-area between sexuality and asexual, the White stripe sexuality, the Community of purple stripes