The genderqueer flag, designed by Marilyn Roxie in 2011, consists of a lavender stripe on the top, as it is a mixture of blue and pink, traditional colors associated with men and women, in order to represent androgyny. The lavender also represents the queer identity, as it has long been a color associated with the LGBT community. In the center is a white stripe, meant to represent the a gender or gender neutral identity. Finally, there is the dark chartreuse green, as the inverse of lavender, it is used to represent third gender identities and all those who identity off of the traditional gender spectrum.
These flags are made of durable 200D polyester(most flags you'll find on the internet are cheap ~75D). In our testing, we selected 200D as the perfect flag material; anything heavier doesn't fly well and the "back" doesn't get enough ink, anything lighter feels cheap and wont last very long.
Each flag is folded by hand on our dining room table and ready to be used on a flag pole, boat, hung on a wall, or to proudly march with.
We print all of our flags as one-sided prints and make sure that the back has ample bleed-through. That way the design is beautiful and visible on both sides.
The Flags For Good Promise:
A portion of your purchase will go directly to Equality Texas. This cause is near and dear to our hearts here at Flags For Good as they work to secure full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer Texans through political action, education, community organizing, and collaboration.