Genderqueer Pride Flag - Unisex AOP Cut & Sew Tee
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This tee was created to be a versatile and stylish companion for all your casual appearances. With its uniquely textured, thick, microfiber-knit fabric, this t-shirt bears a premium, soft feel that remains lightweight and highly breathable – the perfect combo for a hot day or layering.
.: 100% Polyester
.: Light fabric (4.0 oz/yd² (113 g/m²)) / (6.0 oz/yd² (170 g/m²))
.: Regular fit
.: Runs true to size
The genderqueer pride flag is a symbol used by individuals who identify as genderqueer, which means that they experience a gender identity that falls outside of or beyond the traditional gender binary of male and female. The genderqueer pride flag consists of three stripes: pink, white, and purple. The pink stripe represents femininity, the white stripe represents non-binary or non-gendered identity, and the purple stripe represents masculinity. Some people who are genderqueer may also identify as non-binary, bigender, or genderfluid, and may use other pride flags in addition to the genderqueer pride flag to represent their identity. The genderqueer pride flag was designed by Marilyn Roxie in 2011.