3ft x 5ft grommeted fabric flag
History and Meaning of Genderfluid Flag and colors:
Genderfluid: People who have a gender expression/expressions or identity/identities that are not constant or fixed.
History: The genderfluid pride flag was created by JJ Poole in 2013. The flag's creation was to represent people whose gender identity and/or expression is fluid and may fluctuate at different times or in different circumstances.
The flags five horizontal colored stripes represent the diversity of gender fluidity, genderfluid identity, and the genderfluid community. Genderfluid people may also identify as a part of the non-binary community, transgender community, or as multigender. Genderfluid people may have multiple gender identities, expressions, or use multiple sets of pronouns that fluctuate sometimes, constantly, or in a pattern.
Pink: Represents femininity.
White: Represents lack of gender.
Purple: Represents a combination of both masculinity and femininity.
Black: Represents all genders, including genders that do not align with femininity or masculinity.
Blue: Represents masculinity.