Beyond the Rainbow: Explore the Rich Diversity of Pride Flags
Pride flags are iconic symbols used to represent the LGBTQ+ community, its identities and experiences. Each flag has its own design and colours that reflect different aspects of this unique society and provide a vibrant visual symbol of unity and support.
At Cybershop Australia, we have the largest and most diverse collection of Pride Flags. Our commitment is to provide a flag for every niche and every focus group, offering a powerful reminder of the importance of acceptance, understanding, and support for all gender identities.
From Rainbow to Genderqueer and Non-binary, We Have Them All
Each colour has a specific meaning. Pink-Sex, Red-Life, Orange-Healing, Yellow-The Sun, Green-Nature, Turquoise-Art and Magic, Blue-Serenity, Purple-The Spirit.
Light blue represents the masculine aspects of transgender individuals. Light pink focuses on the female aspects and white represents those who are transitioning between the two.
The magenta stripe represents same-gender attraction. The blue stripe represents opposite-gender attraction. The deep lavender stripe in the middle represents attraction toward both genders.
The lesbian flag consists of multiple horizontal stripes. The top and bottom stripes are shades of dark orange, representing a community unique to women. The middle stripe is a white stripe, symbolizing gender non-conformity and a diverse range of gender expressions among lesbians.
Pink represents attraction to people who identify as female. Blue represents attraction to people who identify as male, and yellow indicates an attraction to non-binary people.
Defines different levels of sexuality. Black represents a lack of sexual attraction. Grey represents grey-asexuality. White represents normal sexuality, and purple at the bottom represents the community.
The genderqueer flag consists of a lavender stripe, a mixture of blue and pink, associated with men and women representing androgyny and the queer identity. The white stripe indicates agender or gender neutral identities, and the green represents nature and those who identify off the traditional gender spectrum.
The yellow stripe represents gender outside the binary. White represents people of many or all genders. Purple, people with genders considered a mix of male and female, and black for people who identify as not having a gender.
The Progress flag is a classic rainbow flag with the addition of a chevron placing greater emphasis on inclusion and progression. The black and brown stripes represent the marginalized LGBTQ+ communities of colour.
Intersex broadly describes people who do not fit the modern interpretation of the gender binary. This new arrival features a progress flag with an added purple circle on a yellow field on the left side of the flag. The unbroken circle shows that intersex people are totally complete from the moment of birth.
Choose Your Size and Design
Our flags come in a wide variety of sizes large enough for flag-poles and small enough to hold in the hand.
We only use high-quality, durable fabrics that will stand the test of time at both indoor and outdoor events. Our colours are printed with cutting-edge technology, ensuring that they are bold and bright and will never fade.