What is the Genderfluid pride flag and what does it mean?| Updated on
Genderfluid pride flag
Genderfluid people identify with different gender identities over time, and may want to remain flexible about their gender identity instead of committing to a single identity or definition.
The genderfluid identity generally falls under the wider transgender umbrella. The genderfluid flag was designed by JJ Poole in 2012.
Meaning behind the colours:
- Pink represents femininity or feeling female
- White represents lack of gender
- Purple represents a combination of masculinity and femininity and degrees of androgyny
- Black represents all other genders, third genders and pangender
- Blue represents masculinity and feeling male.
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