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Progress Pride Flag

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  • All-inclusive LGBTQ+ pride flag handmade from high-quality materials
  • Vibrant printing process allows design to be seen from both sides of the flag
  • Progress Pride Flag crafted from durable polyester fabric
  • Choose between a 5ft x 3ft or 8ft x 5ft Progress flag
  • Comes with grommets and header tape along left hand side
  • Purchase a flagpole kit to display the flag outside your home or business
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Progress Pride Flag Details

Display your LGBTQ+ pride with the new Progress Pride Flag, designed with more stripes to be more inclusive. These pride flags are great for hanging outside or inside your home as décor. The 3x5 size is perfect for wherever you want to set it up and the material accommodates both indoor and outdoor use. Our Progress flag is made from knitted polyester material, which is outdoor-tested to withstand changing elements to be weather-resistant and tear-resistant. The fabric also has a great thru print. We print the rainbow design on one side of the flag and a faded reverse image bleeds through to the other side. We also use a dye-sublimation process, which creates vivid colors that will make the rainbow design pop. Install your flag using our optional hardware for securing the flag to a pole set, a wall mount, or a street pole. Share the new Progress Pride Flag design with your friends and neighbors with our 3x5 or 5x8 flag.

Parts List:

  • Pre-printed Progress flag
  • Optional flagpole of your choice


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

Progress Pride Flag Specifications

Model Part Number Size Weight Includes
Flag Only DI8094
5ft x 3ft
8ft x 5ft
Pre-printed Progress 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

All Inclusive Pride Flag for Marginalized LGBTQ+ Groups

What is the progress pride flag? The famous Gilbert Baker six-stripe rainbow design has been revamped in recent years to be more inclusive with some new popular pride symbols. Daniel Quasar, a graphic designer, reworked the classic rainbow pride flag in 2018 to include an arrow with white, pink, blue, brown, and black stripes, making the flag even more colorful. The white, pink, and blue section of the flag comes from another LGBTQ+ flag, the transgender flag. Additional brown and black stripes refer to another more inclusive pride flag, the Philadelphia Pride Flag. The brown and black colors refer to people of color within the LGBTQ+ community. Quasar described adding the new stripe colors to the side of the flag in the updated design to “shift focus and emphasis to what is important in our current community climate.” The use of Progress Pride Flags has increased recently because of the Black Lives Matter campaign and the fight for trans rights. Some activists even recommending that the Progress flag be the new main symbol of the LGBTQ+ community, such as U.K. journalist Chris Godfrey tweeting out, “With everything happening right now this year feels like a good moment to make this flag the mainstream, default symbol for the LGBTQ community”.

Read more about all of the LGBTQ flags in this blog post.

Progress Pride Flag Meaning & Colors

The Progress Pride Flag references the traditional Gilbert Baker rainbow flag, along with the Philadelphia Pride Flag and the Transgender Pride Flag. The colors of progress flags, therefore, have the same meaning as the other flags:

Arrow: Moving forward within the movement

White: Those who are transitioning or those without a defined gender

Light Pink: Traditional color for girls

Light Blue: Traditional color for boys

Brown and Black: Marginalized people of color

Red: Life

Orange: Healing

Yellow: Sunlight

Green: Nature

Blue: Serenity

Purple: Spirit

Important Facts About the Progressive Pride Flag

  • The progress rainbow flag incorporates designs by Gilbert Baker (the original pride flag rainbow), the PR agency Tierney (the black and brown stripes), and Monica Helms (the trans colors). The original pride flag design was created in 1978, the More Color More Pride Flag in 2018, and the transgender flag in 1999.
  • Gilbert Baker’s original pride flag had eight stripes rather than the current six stripes. There was a pink stripe to represent sex and a turquoise stripe for magic and art.
  • The new progress flag was created by Daniel Quaser, who is genderqueer and non-binary. Quaser uses xe/xem pronouns.
  • This flag’s chevron on the left is meant to represent forward movement, or progress.
  • The black and brown stripes represent POC in the LBGTQ+ movement, as well as those who were lost to or currently have HIV/AIDS.
  • The production costs of the first pride progression flag were done through a Kickstarter campaign. It surpassed its fundraising goal.


  1. Why Many LGBT People Have Started Using a New Pride Flag
  2. Daniel Quasar redesigns LGBT Rainbow Flag to be more inclusive
  3. It’s Time Black and Brown People Be Included in the Pride Flag
  4. Rainbow flag (LGBT)
  5. Transgender flags
  6. Progress Pride Flag Initiative
  7. This Pride Flag Redesign Represents the Diversity of the LGBTQ+ Community

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