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Genderqueer Pride Flag

Durable Polyester / Indoor & Outdoor Use / Weather-Resistant

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  • Genderqueer pride flag is perfect for indoor and outdoor display
  • Features single-reverse printing on durable outdoor polyester
  • Design is visible on both sides of the flag
  • Available in 5ft x 3ft size
  • Finished with header tape and grommets on the left side
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Genderqueer Pride Flag Details

Display these colorful genderqueer pride flags in front of your home or business during Pride Month or all year round. The colorful pink, white, and green design is visible on both sides. We print one side of the flag using dye sublimation and the print bleeds through to the other side. Dye sublimation printing creates striking, weather-resistant colors that will not scratch or peel off. We also use durable outdoor-tested polyester fabric so that your genderqueer flags can be displayed in all kinds of locations and weather conditions. Assemble your flag in several different ways by adding a pole set to your order. Choose between getting the flag by itself, purchasing a small, handheld flagpole, or a pole that mounts to the wall. Get the perfect addition to your front yard or outside your building with this gender queer flag.

Parts List:

  • Pre-printed flag
  • Optional flagpole of your choice


  • Outdoor Flag Polyester: Tear-resistant lightweight knitted fabric with excellent thru-print (3.25oz/yd²)


Model Part Number Size Weight Includes
Flag Only DI8156 5ft x 3ft 0.4lbs Pre-printed flag
Flag & Hand-Held Flagpole DI0650 6ft 2.1lbs Pre-printed flag
Tangle-free aluminum flagpole
Removable black handle
Flag & Wall-Mounted Flagpole DI0653 6ft 2.9lbs Pre-printed flag
Tangle-free aluminum flagpole
Removable black handle
180° adjustable wall mount

Genderqueer Flag Meaning

What is the genderqueer flag and what does it mean? The term “genderqueer” refers to those who do not identify as part of the gender binary (male or female). This flag is used to represent those in the genderqueer community, which is why the flag was created in the first place. The genderqueer pride flag was designed by Marilyn Roxie in 2011 and was originally supposed to be a symbol for genderqueer and non-binary people, but the non-binary community eventually got their own flag.

Genderqueer Flag Colors

The gender queer flag design uses three colors like other LGBTQ+ flags, such as transgender, pansexual, bisexual flags, etc. Lavender purple and dark chartreuse green are used, along with a neutral white middle to combine several gender groups. Read below about the meaning of each color used in the flag.

Lavender: This is a combination of pink and blue, traditional colors for boys and girls. The purple color represents the androgynous community – those who identify as a mixture of male and female.

White: The neutral white color stands for those who are agender – those who don’t have a gender.

Dark Chartreuse Green: This green is the opposite of lavender and stands for those outside of the gender binary. While lavender combines male and female identities, the dark green of the genderqueer flag refrains from the male-female binary.

Learn about other sexuality and gender flags by viewing our blog post.


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  2. Genderqueer and Non-Binary Identities

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the turnaround time?

Because this is a stock product, the gender queer flag can ship out on the same day you order it if purchased before 1 p.m. ET. If purchased after 1 p.m. ET , your flag will ship the next day. We also have expedited shipping rates available if you need your flag faster. See what options are available for you during check out or using our “Delivery Estimator” tool.

What is the genderqueer flag?

This flag celebrates those who fall under the term “genderqueer”. This means that they don’t fall under the standard gender binary of either identifying as male or female. The genderqueer pride flag was originally intended to represent both genderqueer and non-binary communities, but the non-binary group eventually got their own flag.

What material is the flag made from?

Our flags are made from a strong, outdoor-tested polyester fabric, which is knitted and weather-resistant to hold up in different climates. We print on the polyester material using a dye sublimation method, which infuses the ink directly into the fabric to prevent the print from peeling. The genderqueer colors are printed on one side of the flag and bleed through to the other side, saving printing costs. The durability of the material and print makes it perfect for displaying both indoors and outdoors.

What is the difference between the handheld flagpole and the wall-mounted flagpole?

We have both handheld and wall-mounted hardware kits available for purchase with a genderqueer pride flag. The handheld option is for carrying the flag around, such as in a parade or a pride event. The wall-mounted flagpole, on the other hand, is for more long-term display. This kit mounts onto the wall, making it ideal for installing the flag on a front porch or outside an office.

How do I assemble the flag onto a flagpole?

All our flags come with a grommet finishing on the sides. There is a grommet on each end of the flag’s left side. Use the grommets to secure the flag to either the handheld or wall-mounted pole kits to properly setup your flag.

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