What is the Aromantic pride flag and what does it mean?| Updated on
Aromantic pride flag
Aromantic folks generally don’t feel romantic attraction to others, which means they generally don’t desire to be in romantic relationships with people, or engage in romantic acts with others. Aromantic folks can feel sexual attraction and can be of any sexual orientation or gender identity.
Before this aromantic pride flag became popular, 2 other flag designs were proposed. In August 2014, Cameron designed a new version of the aromantic pride flag, which features 5 horizontal stripes of different colours.
Meaning behind the colours:
- Green and light green represents the aromantic spectrum (green is thought to be the opposite of red, a colour commonly associated with romance)
- White represents platonic love and friendships
- Gray and black represents the spectrum of different sexualities
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