Bisexual (Bi) Pride Flag
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🏴 Bisexual Pride Flag with grommets and double stitched edges to reduce fraying.
✍️ Design Brief: Created in 1998 by Michael Page, the bisexual pride flag is pink on the top and royal blue on the bottom, with an overlapping purple stripe in the middle. The pink stripe represents homosexuality. The blue stripe represents heterosexuality. The overlap of these two stripes produces a purple stripe in the middle of the flag which represents bisexuality. The way the purple stripe blends between the two others, is meant to represent how bisexual individuals blend between heterosexual and homosexual spaces and communities.
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Single-sided flags are one piece of our durable fabric with full color on both sides. These are great for indoor use AND outdoor poles because they are light-weight and catch a breeze easily. If the design has text, it will be mirrored on the back.
Double-sided flags are three layers of fabric that allow zero light through. They are therefore heavier, and work great as indoor display flags. You can definitely use them outside, but it takes more wind to get going and they could damage flagpoles in extreme wind conditions due to their added weight. Any text on the design will read correctly on both sides.
Each flag is ready to be used on a flag pole, boat, hung on a wall, or to proudly march with so you can express your identity!