Trans Pride Flag

The Trans Pride Flag was developed for trans people to have a specific image to represent themselves, similar to how the LGBTQIA+ community in general is symbolized by the Rainbow Flag. Over the past 20 years, the flag has been widely adopted, such that it is commonly seen at LGBTQIA+ and trans events, on a vast array of trans-themed merchandise, and in media coverage of trans people. Having a flag of their own has been critical to increasing the visibility of trans communities and to helping trans people feel included and recognized. The flag has also served as a unifying symbol, as it has been adopted by trans people around the world.

The Flag’s Origins

The most popular version of the Trans Pride Flag was developed by ...

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