A female-identified person who is attracted to other female-identified people, and also may present more traditionally “feminine” in appearance.
The "pink" lesbian flag consists of six shades of red, purple, and pink representing traditionally feminine colors and a white bar in the center.
The original design created in 2010, known as the lipstick lesbian flag, included a red kiss — but was later removed.
Flag modified in: Unknown
Modified by: Unknown
The lesbian community pride flag with the dark orange bar indicating 'gender nonconforming' was proposed as a lesbian pride flag for everyone.
The original update had seven stripes representing 'gender non-conformity' (dark orange), 'independence' (orange), 'community' (light orange), 'unique relationships to womanhood' (white) , 'serenity and peace' (pink), 'love and sex' (dusty pink), and 'femininity' (dark rose).
The flag with five stripes, a more simplified version, was an update made by tumblr user @taqwomen.
Flag introduced in: June 2018
Artist: Emily Gwen, Tumblr Blogger
The teal and purple flag was a newly proposed design that is inclusive and for folks who don't identify with the Pink Lesbian pride flag.
The creators of this new design gave each color of the flag it's own meaning which are: From top to bottom, Loyalty/trust, Freedom to love women, Trans/nb lesbians, serenity, and pride/love for oneself.
It made it's debut on Tumblr and seemed to have some positive feedback! Unfortunately the original source to the thread is no longer available but after some digging I found this re-post of the flag submission.
Flag introduced in: April 2018
Artist: Tumblr user @anurtransyl