Well, there are a few different symbols that lesbians have used over time to indicate that they are a lesbian to other lesbians. Probably the most well known today is the rainbow flag, which is used by gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and the trans community. The rainbow flag is a symbol of unity while maintaining our differences. The symbol of two inter-connected women symbols has also traditionally been used to indicate lesbianism. Labyris is a double-sided axe that the Amazons were said to use as their main weapon. Lesbians have adopted the labyris as symbol of power and independence.
LGBT Pride parades are famous the world over for their exuberant yet message-driven theme. Part celebration, part march for equal rights, the parades are often distinguished by lively participants who brandish colorful flags, symbols and signs. But what does each color of the pride flag represent? What's the terrible past behind the pink and black triangles? Who created the transgender pride symbols? For Pride Month in June, we put together a list of common LGBT symbols, looked into their histories and usages, and spoke to inspiring individuals who identify with them.
A quality stitched flag which has the side grommets that's the term apparently! You can find out more about the origins of the Progress Pride flag here. We only charge the Royal Mail cost price for this. We can not be held responsible if you choose the 1st Class delivery option and your order does not arrive for a certain date. This is the original 8 colour rainbow pride flag, designed by Gilbert Baker and first paraded in to rally the gay rights movement at Pride events in San Francisco.
Labrys Lesbian and lesbian feminist. Bisexual "biangles". Bisexual double-moon for those who wish to avoid use of triangles.