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Non-Binary Pride flag

Last modified: 2020-07-11 by randy young
Keywords: sexual orientation | non-binary | gender binary | stripes (4) | stripes (yellow-white-purple-black) |
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Non-Binary Pride flag
image by Tomislav Todorović, 23 May 2020

See also:

Introduction

Term "non-binary" applies to the spectrum of gender identities that are outside the "gender binary," i.e. are not exclusively masculine or feminine?. This may mean having an indefinite gender, more than one gender or no gender at all, or having a "third gender" different from both male and female (itself not necessarily named), or having a changeable gender identity which fluctuates between male and female identities. Word "genderqueer" is often used as a synonym for "non-binary," but many people prefer the latter, feeling that the former does not describe them well, mostly due to the offensive use of word "queer." [1,2]
Tomislav Todorović, 23 May 2020
Sources:
[1] — Wikipedia page about non-binary gender identity: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-binary_gender
[2] — Dear Biary website: https://dearbiary.com/2018/08/21/the-brief-history-of-the-non-binary-flag-what-it-represents/


Description and origin of the flag

Non-Binary Pride Flag was created in February 2014 by Kye Rowan [1]. It has four horizontal stripes in yellow (top), white, purple, and black (bottom). The colors' meanings are as follows:
  • yellow: represents the genders existing outside the binary;
  • white: represents the multigender identities (identification with many or all genders);
  • purple: represents the gender identities which are the mix of masculinity and femininity;
  • black: represents the lack of gender.
A list of examples for the flag use follows:
  • Tokyo Rainbow Pride 2016 [2,3]
  • Tokyo Rainbow Pride 2017 [4,5,6]
  • Pittsburgh Pride 2017 [7]
  • Milano Pride 2017 [8]
  • Trans Pride Brighton 2018 [9,10]
  • Brighton & Hove Pride 2018 [11]
  • Equality March 2019, Kraków [12]
  • Christopher Street Day Karlsruhe 2019 [13]
  • Christopher Street Day Berlin 2019 [14]
  • Dyke March Hamburg 2019 [15]
  • Brighton Pride 2019 [16]
  • Katowice Pride 2019 [17,18]
The readers shall bear on mind that this is certainly not a comprehensive list, but a list of the examples which happen to be the easiest to find online.
Tomislav Todorović, 23 May 2020
Sources:
[1] — Dear Biary website: https://dearbiary.com/2018/08/21/the-brief-history-of-the-non-binary-flag-what-it-represents/
[2] — Queer As Cat blog - Entry on 7 May 2016: http://queerascat.com/2016/05/so-this-happened-at-trp-today/
[3] — Queer As Cat blog at Tumblr - Entry on 8 May 2016: https://queerascat.tumblr.com/post/144366075940/tokyo-rainbow-pride-2016-582016-somehow-even
[4] — Queer As Cat blog - Entry on 15 May 2017: http://queerascat.com/2017/05/tokyo-rainbow-pride-2017-aces-enbies/
[5] — Queer As Cat blog at Tumblr - Entry on 7 May 2017: https://queerascat.tumblr.com/post/160704658733/tokyo-rainbow-pride-2017-parade-when-you-turn-and
[6] — AceSpecJapan blog - Entry on 7 May 2017: https://acespecjapan.wordpress.com/2017/05/07/annnd-thats-a-wrap/
[7] — Democratic Socialists of America, Pittsburgh section on Facebook - Photo posted on 11 June 2017: https://www.facebook.com/pghDSA/photos/a.1830273470591216/1914512885500607/?type=3
[8] — Flickr - Photo from Milano Pride, on 24 June 2017: https://flickr.com/photos/pierinosacchi/35612359005/
[9] — Flickr - Photo from Trans Pride Brighton, on 16 July 2018: https://www.flickr.com/photos/126971164@N06/43194175524/
[10] — Flickr - Photo from Trans Pride Brighton, on 21 July 2018: https://www.flickr.com/photos/126971164@N06/43863815732/
[11] — Flickr - Photo from Brighton & Hove Pride, on 4 August 2018-08-04: https://flickr.com/photos/p_de_vries/43886398001/
[12] — Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Equality March 2019, Kraków, on 18 May 2019: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:02019_0706_(2)_Equality_March_2019_in_Krak%C3%B3w.jpg
[13] — Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Christopher Street Day Karlsruhe, on 1 June 2019: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Christopher_Street_Day_in_Karlsruhe,_Spa%C3%9F_mit_Flaggen_4.jpg
[14] — Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Christopher Street Day Berlin, on 27 July 2019: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CSD_Berlin_2019_-_Lucas_Werkmeister_-_45_-_Bi,_Enby_Flags.jpg
[15] — Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Dyke March Hamburg, on 2 August 2019: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dyke_March_Hamburg_2019_112.jpg
[16] — The Argus newspaper website: https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/17858241.pride-big-success-will-get-even-better-next-year/
[17] — Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Katowice Pride, on 7 September 2019: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:02019_0043_(2)_Equality_March_2019_in_Katowice.jpg
[18] — Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Katowice Pride, on 7 September 2019: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:02019_0342_(2)_KatowicePride-Parade.jpg


Recently, the flag was hoisted with reversed color order on several occasions: Berlin, Germany, on 27 July 2019 [1] and New Haven, Connecticut, on 15 September 2019.[2] Still these examples seem to be too few to allow for the flag to be described already as having "no right side up."
Tomislav Todorović, 7 July 2020
Sources:
[1] — Wikimedia Commons - Photo from Christopher Street Day Berlin, on 27 July 2019: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CSD_Berlin_2019_-_Lucas_Werkmeister_-_45_-_Bi,_Enby_Flags.jpg
[2] — Greater New Haven Arts Council website: https://www.newhavenarts.org/arts-paper/articles/pride-flies-high-in-new-haven



 
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