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+ The September 2010 genderqueer flag is a design proposal of mine (Marilyn Roxie | neonsigh on Tumblr), modified from an initial attempt I had made in June 2010. The new design is more clear and is aesthetically similar to the gay and lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual, and pansexual flags - that is, a series of horizontal colored bars, each with special meaning, and intended to unique groups and spread awareness. The meaning of the colors in the genderqueer flag design is as follows:
lavender - the mixing of blue and pink (traditional male and female colors, also  present on the trans flag); meant to represent those under the GQ  umbrella who feel they are both male and female in identity, as well as  “queerness”, as for example, lavender has been associated with homosexuality and bisexuality
dark chartreuse green - the inverse of the lavender color; meant to represent GQ individuals  who feel they are neither male nor female in identity, 
white - meant to represent GQ individuals falling completely outside of the gender binary.
Feel free to spread this image around and utilize it however you like! For more information, see here, from a newly launched Tumblr on genderqueer identities: http://gqid.tumblr.com/about-flag

The September 2010 genderqueer flag is a design proposal of mine (Marilyn Roxie | neonsigh on Tumblr), modified from an initial attempt I had made in June 2010. The new design is more clear and is aesthetically similar to the gay and lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual, and pansexual flags - that is, a series of horizontal colored bars, each with special meaning, and intended to unique groups and spread awareness. The meaning of the colors in the genderqueer flag design is as follows:

  • lavender - the mixing of blue and pink (traditional male and female colors, also present on the trans flag); meant to represent those under the GQ umbrella who feel they are both male and female in identity, as well as “queerness”, as for example, lavender has been associated with homosexuality and bisexuality
  • dark chartreuse green - the inverse of the lavender color; meant to represent GQ individuals who feel they are neither male nor female in identity,
  • white - meant to represent GQ individuals falling completely outside of the gender binary.

Feel free to spread this image around and utilize it however you like! For more information, see here, from a newly launched Tumblr on genderqueer identities: http://gqid.tumblr.com/about-flag

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    not the prettiest thing ive ever seen but hey i like this i identify with this flag way more than the trans* pride one...
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    Interesting reasoning.
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    Sorry for all this “genderqueer" spam. in a weird mood today. i happen to really like these colors, talk about rad huh?
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    At first I was unsure about this (colours whut?), but when I heard about the symbolism, I liked it a lot more. PRIDE.
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    Cool—first I’ve heard of it, but I may be a bit out of the loop. I dunno if it’ll catch on or not, but I find the...
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