"Progress" Pride Flag
This flag was created in 2018 by Daniel Quasar in response to Philly's updated pride flag. It combines the colors of the original rainbow pride flag with black and brown stripes(representation of the people of color), as well as the colors of the transgender pride flag.
Lipstick Lesbian Flag
The lesbian flag or lipstick lesbian flag was designed by Natalie McCray in 2010. A lipstick lesbian is a slang term used to describe gay (lesbian) and bisexual women who exhibit feminine gender attributes, such as wearing make-up (thus, lipstick), wearing dresses or skirts and perhaps having other characteristics associated with feminine women.
The Transgender Pride flag was designed by Monica Helms. Transgender is an umbrella term that is generally applied to a variety of individuals whose internal experience of gender does not match the gender they were assigned at birth.
Within the transgender umbrella, gender fluid is a subgroup in the genderqueer community. The Gender Fluid flag consists of five stripes. This flag represents the fluctuations and flexibility of gender in gender fluid people.
The pansexual pride flag holds the colors pink, yellow and blue. The pink band symbolizes women, the blue men, and the yellow those of a non-binary gender, such as a gender bigender or gender fluid.
Intersex is an umbrella term for those whose bodies do not align with the gender binary of male and female. Some people can have both sets of genitals, various combinations of chromosomes or more differences.
Agender describes a person with no gender identity. It means that someone does not feel like they fall under any gender. An agender person feels like as if they are neither a male nor a female.
Bisexuality is an attraction to more than one gender. Those who identify as bisexual feel a sexual and/or romantic attraction to people of a different gender as well as their own. While this offers a basic definition, bisexual people are a diverse group.
Asexual people (or aces) experience little or no sexual attraction. While most asexual people desire emotionally intimate relationships, they are not drawn to sex as a way to express that intimacy.
A nonbinary gender identity is one that does not fall within standard categorizations of male/female or man/woman. A nonbinary person not self-identify as a man or a woman-- or identifies sometimes as a man and sometimes as a woman-- thereby falling completely outside the typical gender binary.