On June 30th 2010, the asexual pride flag was designed by an Asexual Visibility and Education Network user because there was not yet a symbol that represented all asexual people.
Design and colors
The flag is a horizontal rectangle that consists of 4 equal width horizontal stripes. The stripes have 4 different colors that each have a different meaning: Black is for asexuality, grey is for Grey-Asexuality and Demisexuality, white is for sexuality and purple is for community.
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