Transgender (Trans) Pride Flag Enamel Pin
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Size: This Trans Pride Flag Hard Enamel Pin is 1.25 in x .75 in and has two studs with rubber backings to keep it secure on your bag, jacket, or wherever you rock it!
The Design: The Transgender Pride Flag was created by American Trans woman Monica Helms in 1999, and was first shown at a pride parade in Phoenix in the year 2000.
The baby blue stripes are the traditional colors of a baby boy. Similarly, the pink is the traditional colors for a baby girl. The white in the middle symbolizes those who are transitioning between the two genders and those who don't identify with either.
This pin is ready for sticking onto your lapel, backpack, jacket or anywhere else you can think of.
🌏 Created and shipped in the most Earth-conscious way we can.
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Bought this for my partner, who is celebrating her “first” birthday, as her true self. It was well-received!
Not only is the pin well-made and looks really good, the company walks the talk on values - supporting linked causes with proceeds. Plus they do it with a good sense of humor!