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Pride Flag - Unisex AOP Cut & Sew Tee

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Color
Size
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Width, in 19.02 20.51 22.01 24.02 25.98 27.48
Length, in 29.02 30.00 30.98 32.01 32.99 34.02
Sleeve length, in 8.46 8.74 9.06 9.37 9.65 9.96

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
.: Tagless
.: Runs true to size

The pride flag, also known as the rainbow flag, is a symbol of the LGBTQ+ community. It consists of six stripes: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple. The colors of the flag are often associated with diversity and inclusion, and the flag is used as a symbol of solidarity and pride for the LGBTQ+ community. The rainbow flag was designed by Gilbert Baker in 1978 and has become a widely recognized symbol of the LGBTQ+ community. It is used in many different contexts, including pride parades, events, and campaigns. The pride flag is often used as a umbrella term to include all of the other LGBTQ+ pride flags, such as the bisexual pride flag, the lesbian pride flag, the transgender pride flag, and so on.

All of the Pride Flags

Here is a list of the various pride flags that are used within the LGBTQ+ community:

    Asexual Pride Flag: designed by AVEN (the Asexuality Visibility and Education Network) in 2010, it consists of four stripes: black, grey, white, and purple.

    Agender Pride Flag: designed by Salem X in 2014, it consists of seven stripes: two light green, two white, and three light blue.

    Aromantic Pride Flag: designed by Cameron Whimsey in 2011, it consists of four stripes: green, yellow, orange, and black.

    Bisexual Pride Flag: designed by Michael Page in 1998, it consists of three stripes: pink, purple, and blue.

    Bigender Pride Flag: designed by Marilyn Roxie in 2010, it consists of four stripes: pink, white, green, and blue.

    Bear Pride Flag: designed by Craig Byrnes in 1995, it consists of six stripes: brown, red, orange, yellow, green, and blue.

    Demisexual Pride Flag: created by an anonymous individual in 2014, it consists of three stripes: black, grey, and white.

    Genderfluid Pride Flag: designed by JJ Poole in 2012, it consists of five stripes: pink, white, purple, black, and blue.

    Genderqueer Pride Flag: designed by Marilyn Roxie in 2011, it consists of three stripes: pink, white, and purple.

    Intersex Pride Flag: designed by Morgan Carpenter in 2013, it consists of six stripes: purple, white, and yellow, with a circle of pink, blue, and purple in the center.

    Leather Pride Flag: designed by Tony DeBlase in 1989, it consists of nine stripes: black, blue, and pink, with a white stripe in the center.

    Lesbian Feminist Pride Flag: it consists of six stripes: black, red, and yellow, with a pink triangle in the center.

    Lesbian Pride Flag: designed by Sean Campbell in 2018, it consists of six stripes: pink, red, and orange, with a black stripe and a white stripe in the center.

    Lipstick Lesbian Pride Flag: designed by Sean Campbell in 2018, it consists of six stripes: pink, red, and orange, with a black stripe and a white stripe in the center.

    Non-Binary Pride Flag: designed by Kye Rowan in 2014, it consists of five stripes: yellow, white, purple, black, and pink.

    Omnisexual Pride Flag: designed by an anonymous individual in 2010, it consists of three stripes: purple, white, and green.

    Pansexual Pride Flag: designed by Skylar Kergil in 2010, it consists of three stripes