3ft x 5ft grommeted fabric flag
Origins of the Demisexual flag/colors: (source)
Labrys: A double-headed battle axe most commonly associated with the Minoan ancient civilization, the Amazons, and the Greek goddess Demeter.
History: The labrys has been used as a symbol of lesbian and female empowerment since the 1970s. This double-headed battle axe can be traced back to ancient matriarchal societies, such as the Minoan civilization. A Minoan woman with a labrys typically held a powerful position within Minoan society.
In Greek mythology, the labrys was associated with harvest from the Greek goddess, Demeter, and the Amazons, a tribe of warrior women. Because of the background of the labrys, it was adopted by the lesbian radical feminist movement in the 1970s as a symbol of empowerment for women-identified-women.
Purple: represents women, feminism, and all people who identify as a woman attracted to other women.
Black Triangle: represents lesbians.
Labrys: represents women empowerment.