Purchase your very own pansexual pride flag for your home, business, or event. Setup your flag in a variety of locations indoors and outdoors, due to the outdoor-tested material. We use a durable knitted polyester fabric, which lasts longer than other cheaper flags bought in stores. That is because this polyester material is weather-resistant and tear-resistant so that it will not rip when exposed to wind, rain, and other weather conditions. The print will also not scratch or peel off because we use a high-quality dye-sublimation process, which infuses the ink into the fabric, creating eye-popping colors perfect for your pride flag. While we only print the design on one side of the material, the ink bleeds through to the other side, which is the common practice for state and country flags. Assemble your 3x5 flag on a small or large flagpole, wall mount, or pole mount by adding optional hardware to your pansexual flag order.
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
Pansexual Pride Flag Design
Where did the pansexual flag come from? It has been present on the internet since around 2010. It was created by Jasper V. They created the flag for the pansexual community because at the time the pansexual community was sometimes included in the bisexual definition, but they felt like the term often excluded people who identified as pan. Sexuality flags are also seen as important in the LGBTQ+ community and those who were pan did not have a flag of their own. Due to the small number of symbols used in the pansexual community, Jasper V created their own flag for the group when they were only 20. The flag quickly gained popularity on Tumblr and, to the surprise of its creator, got a lot of notice outside of the website’s pansexual groups.
Meaning of the Pansexual Flag
The pansexual flag’s design is like the classic rainbow pride flag, except it includes three separate-colored stripes with their own meaning related to pansexuality:
Magenta: The top pink stripe represents having an attraction to people who identify as part of the female spectrum, whether they are biological or not.
Yellow: The middle yellow stripe stands for having an attraction for people who do not fall into the gender binary, such as agender, bigender, genderfluid, etc.
Cyan: The bottom blue stripe stands for attraction to those who identify as part of the male spectrum, whether biological or not.
Pansexual vs. Onmisexual
It is not uncommon for pansexuality to be compared to bisexuality and omnisexuality as all three sexualities deal with attraction towards more than one gender. They are, however, different. Pansexual is sometimes included in the extended definition of the bisexual community, but the reason the flag was created was so the community could have their own symbol as some did not typically consider themselves bisexual. The difference between pansexuality and omnisexuality is more specific. People who identify as pansexual are attracted to people regardless of their gender, even if some of them may have slight, though generally unimportant, gender preferences. Omnisexuality, on the other hand, is for people who are more aware of gender and can distinguish their attraction for each gender. For example, some omnisexuals might be attracted to a trait on one gender but not another.