The flag that symbolizes the aromantic orientation within the asexual community uses the colors green, light green, yellow, gray and black. Yellow for people who identify outside of the gender binary, white for nonbinary people with multiple genders, purple for those with a mixture of both male and female genders, and black for agender individuals. This explanation seems to make sense to me. Some theories posit that the pink represents attraction to women and the blue attraction to men, or the pink represents homosexuality, the blue heterosexuality and the purple bisexuality. I don't mind, because it is necessary to create change and a stronger community. Israeli transgender and genderqueer.
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer groups over the years have used a variety of symbols to demonstrate solidarity and unity for a common cause and to graphically represent their shared vision.
This included feminists, lesbians, prostitutes and women who refused to bear children. Inthe Asexual Visibility and Education Network AVEN invited members of its community to design a flag for asexual people individuals who do not experience sexual attraction. The black stripe represents asexuality. This explanation seems to make sense to me.
Colors used in the Polyamory flag are blue, red, and black.