Gender identities can range from the common binary of male and female, to gender fluid and gender androgynous. Each identity is a mere label and while two people may identify with the same label their gender expression is likely different.
If you would like to know more about gender identity or gender expression, visit our page on understanding gender.
Transgender/Trans/TG Pride Flag
a person who identifies as something other than their gender assigned at birth.
BiGender Pride Flag
a person whose gender identity is a combination of masculine and feminine.
Genderfluid Pride Flag
a person whose gender identity shifts whether within or outside of societal gender-based expectations.
Intersex Pride Flag
a medical condition in which a person's anatomy does not seem to fit the definition of female or male.
Genderqueer Pride Flag
an individual who identifies as neither, between, or beyond a combination of genders.
Nonbinary Pride Flag
an individual who identifies as neither, between, or beyond or a combination of genders.
Nuetrois Pride Flag
(new-twah)– There is no one definition of neutrois, the most common ones are: neutral-gender, null-gender, neither male nor female, genderless, and agender.
Third Gender Pride Flag
a gender that is neither man nor woman. Individuals can categorize themselves or can be categorized by society.
Two Spirit Pride Flag
(Only Belongs To Native Americans) a male-bodied or female-bodied person with a masculine and feminine essence.
Androgynous Pride Flag
A person appearing and/or identifying as neither a man nor woman, presenting as gender neutral, or a mix of gender.
More gender identity flags are coming soon.
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