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Omni Pride Flag Socks
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Omnisexual folks are attracted to people of all genders, where gender still plays a role in their attraction to a person.  The omnisexual pride flag was designed by @pastelmemer in 2015, though the exact meaning of the colours isn’t really explained.  Meaning...

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Bisexual Pride Flag Socks
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Created in 1998 by Michael Page, the bisexual flag represents the increased visibility of bisexual people in the LGBT community and society. The color scheme is borrowed from the two overlapping triangles used as a symbol of bisexual community and...

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Non-Binary Pride Flag Socks
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Created in 2014, the non-binary flag represents the different identities of those who don’t feel connected to the gender binary – who are neither male nor female‍. do not desire to act upon attraction to others in a sexual way.”...

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Polysexual Pride Flag Socks
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Polysexual people are attracted to many, but not all, genders. A middle ground between bisexuality and pansexuality, polysexuality is centered more around attractions to femininity and masculinity rather than gender itself. Polysexual Pride Flag color meanings: Pink: attraction to females Green: attraction...

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Genderfluid Pride Flag Socks
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Also known as genderflexible, genderfluid people are flexible about their gender identity instead of the traditional conformity of choosing a single definition. They may fluctuate between different gender expressions over their lifetime or express multiple aspects of various gender markers...

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Pansexual Pride Flag Socks
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Pansexuals are those attracted to all genders. Created in 2010, the pansexual flag is a tricolor symbol. Pansexual Pride Flag color meanings: Hot pink: attraction to females Yellow: attraction to everyone else than females and males Blue: attraction to males Adult Crew...

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Asexual Pride Flag Socks
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Asexuality is the lack of sexual attraction, wrote the Asexual Visibility and Education Network. “They are not drawn to people sexually and do not desire to act upon attraction to others in a sexual way.” In 2010, the asexual flag...

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Aromantic Pride Flag Socks
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Aromatic people have little to no romantic attraction to others, primarily carnal. Beyond that, the aromantic flag consists of five horizontal stripes representing diverse identities. Aromantic Pride Flag color meanings: Green stripe: aromanticism Light green stripe: aromanticism spectrum White stripe: aesthetic attraction Gray stripe: gray-aromanticism...

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Philadelphia Pride Flag Socks
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First raised in 2017, the Philadelphia Pride Flag is the current LGBT flag with the addition of two more stripes to highlight black and brown LGBTQIA members within the community. According to Pride, “noting that queer people of color are often...

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Agender Pride Flag Socks
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Unlike genderqueer people that bend the rules of gender, Agender people reject a gender completely. In 2014, Salem Fontana designed the Agender Pride Flag, which has seven horizontal stripes. Agender Pride Flag color meanings: Black and white: absence of gender Gray: semi-genderlessness...

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Genderqueer Pride Flag Socks
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Genderqueer individuals don’t conform to conventional gender distinctions of our society (female and male) but identify with neither, both, or a combination of these genders. Psychology Today explains, “this may be in terms of their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and, most importantly,...

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Transgender Pride Flag Socks
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Designed by trans woman Monica Helms in 2000, this flag was first flown at a pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona. She says, “the pattern is such that no matter which way you fly it, it will always be correct. This...

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