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The Genderqueer Pride Flag

The Genderqueer Pride Flag

The Genderqueer Pride Flag – The Meaning:  The colors of this flag, Tobin says, all represent “androgyny, agender and non-binary identities”.

The story:  The genderqueer pride flag was created by Marilyn Roxie in 2011, says Tobin.

The creation of the Gender Queer flag 

In 2010, Marilyn Roxie began work on the Genderqueer flag in response to a school project and posted the final version on her personal blog in June 2012   society’s gender binary concept, often by not conforming to it. [4]  Like many genderqueer people, Roxie noticed the lack of representation from their community early on, so they decided to raise awareness with this flag. 

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each individual color chosen with deliberation and has been given immense weight in its meaning. In an interview with The Buzz magazine   , they told Casey they included lavender because of its “weirdness” and history within the community. 

They refer to the noble act of gay women taking place at a hetero white cisgender feminist conference. Additionally, they talked about how lavender is the result of mixing pink and blue which are usually gender binary colors. , to imply that one is both but neither at the same time. 

White represents neutrality, or genderless to include those who may feel asexual .

 Green is the direct opposite of lavender to represent all the other people in the community. Roxie wanted to try to include everyone in the community, gender a, gender fluid, non-binary, etc. So one way they approached this task is to create many different versions of the flag to make it as appealing to the viewer and as easy to copy for distribution as possible. After posting the flag on their blog, they state that the flag design is open for public use. therefore, although the flag is commonly known and accepted, the creator is not. Roxie created the flag their community must have and cherish, but due to ignorance on the part of the community,

The Genderqueer Pride Flag

Roxie’s flag often receives backlash due to its similarity to the British suffragette flag. As Roxie’s flag grew in popularity and they became aware of the similarities between the two flags. they released a statement on their blog to explain themselves. They feel, however, that their flag is created with such deliberation and thought about their communities that they will not alter their design. They understand that some transphobic people will use the flag as queer bait, but they warn their listeners to seek it out and report it. 

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Although there is very little information on the internet about genderqueer people, the Roxie flag continues to be a staple for all genderqueer individuals and a reminder to the community of their existence. The genderqueer flag remains a symbol of hope for many identified trans people. that one day transgender people will be widely accepted.

About Marilyn Roxie 

Marilyn Roxie is an experimental video artist and photographer who explores androgyny, male submission, queer subculture, and the relationship between the found image and creative authorship. Founder of the Creative Commons Vulpiano Records netlabel.   Roxie uses the pronouns they/them and identifies as genderqueer. 




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