Celebrating the Bigender Identity: A Symbol of Duality and Fluidity

At Rainbow Depot, we strive to honor and celebrate the wide spectrum of identities within the LGBTQ+ community. One such identity that beautifully embodies the fluidity and complexity of gender is bigender. This blog explores the origin, description, and significance of the bigender flag, highlights notable individuals, shares insightful quotes, and discusses representation in movies and media.

Origin and Description

The term "bigender" refers to individuals who identify with two distinct gender identities, either simultaneously or at different times. These gender identities can be male and female, or they can include non-binary identities such as agender, genderqueer, or others. The experience of being bigender can vary greatly from person to person, with some individuals feeling a shift between their genders and others experiencing both identities at once.

The bigender flag was created to represent this unique and fluid experience of gender. The flag consists of five horizontal stripes:

  • Pink: Represents femininity.
  • Lavender: Symbolizes the blending of male and female genders, as well as non-binary identities.
  • White: Stands for the intersection and coexistence of different genders.
  • Lavender: Again, symbolizes the blending of genders.
  • Blue: Represents masculinity.

Celebrities and Public Figures

While the specific term "bigender" might not be widely used among celebrities, several public figures have discussed their experiences with gender fluidity, which encompasses aspects of the bigender identity.

  1. Ruby Rose: The actress and model has spoken openly about identifying as gender-fluid, expressing a connection to both male and female genders. While not explicitly identifying as bigender, Ruby Rose's experiences resonate with many in the bigender community.

  2. Jonathan Van Ness: Known for their role on "Queer Eye," Jonathan Van Ness identifies as non-binary and genderqueer, discussing their fluid experience with gender. Their openness helps bring visibility to the spectrum of gender identities, including bigender.

Quotes from Bigender Individuals

Hearing directly from those who identify as bigender provides valuable insight into their experiences:

  • Sam, a bigender activist: “Being bigender means embracing both my masculine and feminine sides. It’s a journey of self-discovery where I get to experience the richness of both genders and everything in between.”

  • Jordan, a blogger: “Identifying as bigender allows me to navigate the world with a unique perspective. It’s not about fitting into one box but rather celebrating the fluidity and duality of my gender identity.”

The Importance of Visibility and Acceptance

Visibility and acceptance of bigender identities are crucial for fostering understanding and inclusivity within society. Here’s why it matters:

  1. Support and Community: Online communities, social media, and LGBTQ+ organizations provide essential support for bigender individuals. These platforms allow people to share their stories, find solidarity, and access resources tailored to their experiences.

  2. Education and Advocacy: Increasing awareness about bigender and other non-binary identities through education and advocacy is vital. Workshops, seminars, and inclusive policies in schools and workplaces can create environments where everyone feels respected and affirmed.


The bigender identity represents a unique and profound experience within the broader spectrum of gender. At Rainbow Depot, we honor and celebrate this identity, recognizing the importance of visibility, representation, and support. By sharing stories, highlighting public figures, and advocating for inclusive media, we contribute to a world where everyone’s identity is understood and valued. Through continued awareness and acceptance, we can build a more inclusive society for all.