NEW FLAGS RELEASE!

NEW FLAGS RELEASE!

We just dropped five brand new flags.

Attention, Pride Palace readers, shoppers, and fans: Buckle in, we have some sweet news for you. You all asked for it, and we did it. Pride Palace just dropped FIVE brand new flags. It was about time we added to our amazing collection, and we just couldn’t wait any longer. Want to know what we just dropped? Here it is:

     1. We’re All Human Flag

Pride Flag

This one is a need. No matter how you identify, you are first and foremost human. Sometimes we can forget that in the midst of all the hate and discrimination in the world. We are human, we are LGBTQ+, and we are PROUD. 

 

     2. Pride 365 Flag

Pride Flag

Yet another Pride Palace necessity. Pride isn't something we should only be celebrating during pride month, it is a part of who we are every single day. A Pride Palace, our goal is to encourage the physical encouragement of pride 365 days a year. What better way than a Pride 365 flag? 

 

     3. Demiboy Flag

Demiboy Flag

Demiboy is a gender identity describing someone who partially identifies as a man, boy, or otherwise masculine, regardless of the gender they were assigned at birth. They may or may not identify as another gender in addition to feeling partially a boy, man, or guy. The greys of the demiboy flag represent the partial connection and the grey area. The blue represents manhood. The white represents agender or non-binary identity. If you are a demiboy, Pride Palace hears you and appreciates you. 

 

     4. Demigirl Flag

Demigirl Flag

Demigirl is a gender identity describing someone who partially or not very strongly identifies as a woman, girl, or otherwise feminine, regardless of the sex they were assigned at birth. They may or may not identify as another gender in addition to feeling partially like a girl or woman. The greys of the demigirl flag represent the partial connection and the grey areas. The pink represents womanhood. The white represents agender or non-binary identity. If you are a demigirl, Pride Palace hears you and appreciates you. 

 

     5. Intersex Flag

Intersex Flag

Intersex people are people born with any variation in sex characteristics including chromosomes, gonads, sex hormones, or genitals that do not fit the typical definitions of male or female bodies. The purple circle in the flag symbolizes wholeness, completeness, and potentialities of intersex people, and the yellow symbolizes colors that are not meant to be derivatives of pink or blue.

You shouldn’t feel like you have to hide just because you are different. We are all humans, and intersex people are part of this amazing community. 

 

We hope that you are as excited as we are about these new flags. Our goal is to make everyone feel loved, heard, and important. You are all human and your voices matter, always. What better way to show your voice than with an amazing new flag hanging on your wall? As always, make sure to share on social media any flag purchases and inspire others to be PROUD.

 

Written by Paloma Pinto


3 comments

  • Joe

    I don’t see the Bear flag anywhere…🤔

  • Fred Pratt

    I am a person with a disability in the LGBTQ community. I’ve seen flags representing every segment of our society except people wi disabilities. Please consider making some flags with the rainbow colors and the wheelchair symbol on the flags. Thanks

  • Christine

    DEMIGIRL YES 💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖


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