Show off your pride with a high-quality, long-lasting nonbinary flag for sale. These they/them flags are perfect for indoor and outdoor use because they are made from tear-resistant fabric. The durable outdoor-tested polyester is knitted so that the flag will not tear when exposed to different kinds of weather. The print is just as durable as the fabric. The colorful nonbinary design is printed on one side of the flag using dye-sublimation printing. This produces striking, full colors that will not scratch or peel off. The print bleeds through to the other side so that the colors are visible from all directions. Set these flags up in a variety of locations with flagpole hardware. Choose between getting the flag alone, a handheld flagpole, a wall-mounted pole set, and a large, in-ground flagpole. This flag comes in the standard 3x5 size, making it the ideal size for all your indoor and outdoor settings. Spread your pride to your neighborhood with these well-made nonbinary pride flags.
Optional flagpole of your choice
Outdoor Flag Polyester: Tear-resistant lightweight knitted fabric with excellent thru-print (3.25oz/yd²)
5ft x 3ft
Flag & Hand-Held Flagpole
Pre-printed flag Tangle-free aluminum flagpole Removable black handle
Flag & Wall-Mounted Flagpole
Pre-printed flag Tangle-free aluminum flagpole Removable black handle 180° adjustable wall mount
Flag & Pole-Mounted Flagpole
Pre-printed flag Tangle-free aluminum flagpole Removable black handle 180° adjustable wall mount (2) 40" steel bands
Flag & Ground-Mounted Flagpole
Pre-printed flag Aluminum flagpole PVC tube for ground installation
Non Binary Flag Meaning and History
The term “non-binary” refers to people who don’t identify with the male-female gender binary. Usually the phrase “genderqueer” covers this group, but many felt like it was too broad to term. People that fall outside of the binary can include the trans community, those who identify with more than one gender, those who don’t associate with any gender at all, the genderfluid community, and those who fall into a third gender not included in the binary. There has been a history of people who identified as non-binary as early as the 1700s, but the term was not legally recognized until a few years ago. The United States didn’t legally recognize nonbinary people until 2016.
When the nonbinary community was created, they also wanted a gender nonconforming flag to represent their group. The non-binary flag was created by seventeen-year-old Kye Rowan in 2014, before the term was legally recognized in the U.S. While the yellow, white, purple, and black flag design is known as the nonbinary flag, other LGBTQ+ flags are also identified outside of the binary, including the transgender flag, the agender flag, the bigender flag, the genderfluid flag, and the genderqueer pride flag. Read more about other pride flags here.
Non Binary Flag Colors
The colors of the nonbinary pride flag represent different meanings to accommodate all kinds of people who fall outside of the gender binary.
Yellow: Represents those who are not part of the cisgender gender binary.
White: Stands for those who identify as more than one or all genders (a mixture of all colors).
Purple: Combines both male and female genders (the combination of pink and blue).
Black: Represents agender people, those who don’t identify as many specific gender.