What is the Bisexual pride flag and what does it mean?| Updated on
Bisexual pride flag
Bisexual folks are attracted to people of the same gender, as well as people of different genders. In other words, they’re attracted to 2 or more genders.
The bisexual pride flag was designed by Michael Page in 1998. He took inspiration from an existing bisexual symbol known as the “biangles” (2 intersecting triangles, one pink and one blue).
Meaning behind the colours:
- Pink represents attraction to the same gender
- Blue represents attraction to people of different genders
- Purple represents attraction to people of the same or different genders
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