Monica Helms, an American trans woman, invented the Transgender Pride Flag in 1999 and first displayed it at a Phoenix pride parade in 2000. Transgender flags include five horizontal stripes: two light blue, two pink, and one white in the center. Transgender refers to those who identify differently from their birth gender. "Trans" is abbreviation for transgender. Respect a transgender person by their gender identification, not natal sex. Today, a transsexual woman is called "she" and "her." Today's transgender man is "he" and "him."
What is the color code for transgender people?
The 1999 transgender flag has five horizontal stripes of light blue, light pink, and white. Monica Helms, an American trans woman, designed it to represent transgender people, organizations, and causes.
What is the polyamory symbol?
Polyamorous people want or have several romantic (usually sexual) relationships with permission. In 1995, Jim Evans designed the polyamory pride flag. Blue, red, and black bands surround the Greek letter pi symbol on the flag. The blue bar symbolizes trust and the red bar love. The black bar shows sympathy with those who must hide their multi-lover relationships. The pi sign in the flag has various meanings. However, infinite love between couples makes the most sense and is most often accepted. The polyamorous flag, like other LGBTQ+ flags, has been redesigned after community members found it unattractive. The pi symbol can be replaced with an infinity heart. The infinite heart symbol has appeared in several polyamorous flags, but this one is the most widely used.