What Colour is the Bisexual Flag and What Do The Colours Mean?
Created in 1998, the Bisexual flag features three horizontal stripes in pink, purple, and blue.
Originally the colours represented the following; pink for same sex attraction, blue for different sex attraction, and purple, the combination of pink and blue, signifying attraction to both sexes.
However, this definition of bisexuality as the attraction to both sexes is rejected by most people today, you can read more about the history of Bisexuality and the meaning behind the flag in our Bisexuality guide here.
- Bisexual Flag Design
- 5ft x 3ft (150cm x 90cm)
- Made from water resistant polyester
Double stitched hem
Features 2 grommets for attaching to flag poles
Bisexual Pride Flag - 5ft x 3ft
Great flag, can be ironed flat so looks good hanging up. Communication from the company was fab and I love that they donate a portion of proceeds to queer charities
Perfect for wearing or carrying