Rainbow flag and other symbols
The rainbow flag, also known as the Pride flag, also plays an important role in the LGBTQI+ community. It is used as a sign of attachment or solidarity with the LGBTQI+ scene. With this flag you show pride and/or support for all lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and queer people.
By the way, the flag was designed by Gilbert Baker and each color has its own meaning. Red stands for life, orange for healing, green for nature, blue for harmony and purple for spirituality.
In addition, the colorful flag is a symbol of the LGBTQI+ community reflecting the wide range of different people and their diversity.
Have you ever seen other flags at Gay Pride? That’s possible! Today there are many different color variations of the flag, each with a different meaning. For example, there are also lesbian, asexual, transgender, bisexual, pansexual, polysexual and many other flags that flatter through the air in June.