Pride enamel pins are a popular way to show support for the LGBTQ+ community. The pins come in a variety of colors and designs, representing different sexual orientations and gender identities.
Rainbow Pride Enamel Pin:The most popular Pride enamel pins are iridescent. These pins feature the six colors of the rainbow, representing diversity and inclusion. The rainbow flag was first designed by Gilbert Baker in 1978 as a symbol of gay pride. The flag has since been adapted to represent the wider LGBTQ+ community and population.
Transgender Pride Enamel Pins:Transgender Pride Enamel Pin features pink, blue and white to represent the transgender flag. The pink and blue stripes represent traditional gender roles, while the white stripes represent those who identify as non-binary.
Bisexual Pride Enamel Pin:Bisexual Pride Enamel Pin features pink, purple and blue colors representing the bisexual flag. Pink stripes represent same-sex attraction, blue stripes represent opposite-sex attraction, and purple stripes represent attraction to all genders.
Pansexual Pride Enamel Pin:Pansexual Pride Enamel Pin features pink, yellow and blue colors representing the pansexual flag. Pink stripes represent attraction to women, blue stripes represent attraction to men, and yellow stripes represent attraction to nonbinary individuals.
Sexless Pride Enamel Pin:Asexual Pride Enamel Pin features black, gray, white and purple to represent the asexual flag. Black stripes represent asexuality, gray stripes represent graysexuality, white stripes represent sexuality, and purple stripes represent community.
Genderqueer Pride Enamel Pin:Genderqueer Pride Enamel Pin in lilac, white and green representing the gender queer flag. The lavender stripes represent androgyny or a combination of masculinity and femininity, the white stripes represent gender or gender neutral, and the green stripes represent non-binary genders.
Non-Binary Pride Enamel Pin:The Non-Binary Pride Enamel Pin features yellow, white, and purple to represent the non-binary flag. The yellow stripes represent those who identify outside the traditional gender binary, the white stripes represent those who have multiple genders or no gender, and the purple stripes represent those who identify with multiple genders.