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  • Perfect for any Pride event, wedding or just a fun dinner party! These paper rainbow napkins come in packs of 20.
  • Rainbow Silicone Bracelet Pride Tie-Dye Small Rainbow Silicone Bracelet Pride Tie-Dye Small
    Show off your pride! Silicone rainbow bracelet with 'PRIDE' letters in relief.
  • The Polyamory pride flag was designed in 1995 by Jim Evans. It consist of three colored stripes, Blue representing openness and honesty among all partners, Red representing love and passion, and Black representing solidarity with those who must hide their polyamorous relationships from the outside world. In the center of the flag is a gold Greek lowercase letter 'pi', as the first letter of 'polyamory'. Gold represents "the value that we place on the emotional attachment to others... as opposed to merely primarily physical relationships". The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Pansexual pride flag was created in 2010 and portrays the attraction to all gender identities and biological sexes. The colors Pink and Blue represent the attraction to women and men, while the yellow represents the attraction to non-binary and gender non-conforming/fluid/queer individuals. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Genderqueer pride flag was created in 2011, consisting of three horizontal stripes. The lavender color represents androgyny, the white color represents agender identities and the green color represents nonbinary identities. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Genderfluid pride flag encompasses the fluctuations and flexibility of gender in genderfluid people. The flag features colors associated with femininity, masculinity and everything in between. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Asexual pride flag was designed in 2010, it consist of four different colored horizontal stripes. The colors represent the following: Black for asexuality, Grey for the range of grey-asexuality and demisexuality, White for non-asexual partners and allies and Purple for community. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Polysexual pride flag was designed in 2012, it consist of three different colored horizontal stripes. The pink stripe represents attraction to female-identified people, the blue stripe represents attraction to male-identified peope and the green stripe represents attraction to people who identify themselves outside of the traditional male-female binary. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Non-Binary pride flag was created in 2014 by Kye Rowan. It consist of four horizontal stripes, with each color representing different types of non-binary identities. Yellow for people who identify outside of the gender binary, white for non-binary people with multiple or all genders, purple for those with a mixture of both male and female genders and black for agender individuals. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Bisexual pride pride flag was designed in 1998 by Michael Page. It consists of the traditional colors for men and women, blue and pink, that overlap in the middle creating the purple color. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Bear pride flag was designed in 1995 by Craig Byrnes. The colors represent the diverse range of colors of fur found on bears in nature, at the same time the flag was designed with inclusivity in mind. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Leather pride flag was designed in 1989 by Tony DeBlase, who wanted the colors to be open to interpretation. One interpretation of the colors is: Black stands for leather, S/M and for permanence; Blue stands for denim, devotion, loyalty and community; White stands for safety, purity and innocence and the Red heart is for the love of leather, respect, consent and understanding. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Rubber pride flag was designed in 1994 by Peter Tolos and Scott Moats to represent the latex / rubber community. The black represents "the lust for the look and feel of shiny black rubber", the red represents "the passion (in their blood) for rubber and rubbermen" and the yellow represents "the drive for intense rubber play and fantasies". Instead of the traditional horizontal stripes the colors are shaped in a chevron, which represents kinkiness. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Transgender Pride flag was created in 1999 by transgender woman Monica Helms. The light blue and pink are the traditional colors for baby boys and girls, with the white stripe in the middle standing for those who are transitioning or consider themselves a neutral or undefined gender. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. We also have this flag available in two other sizes: 60 x 90 cm and 90 x 150 cm Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Transgender Pride flag was created in 1999 by transgender woman Monica Helms. The light blue and pink are the traditional colors for baby boys and girls, with the white stripe in the middle standing for those who are transitioning or consider themselves a neutral or undefined gender. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. We also have this flag available in two other sizes: 90 x 150 cm and 150 x 250 cm Material: 100% Polyester
  • The Transgender Pride flag was created in 1999 by transgender woman Monica Helms. The light blue and pink are the traditional colors for baby boys and girls, with the white stripe in the middle standing for those who are transitioning or consider themselves a neutral or undefined gender. The Transgender Pride flag was created in 1999 by transgender woman Monica Helms. The light blue and pink are the traditional colors for baby boys and girls, with the white stripe in the middle standing for those who are transitioning or consider themselves a neutral or undefined gender. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. We also have this flag available in two other sizes: 60 x 90 cm and 150 x 250 cm Material: 100% Polyester
  • The most well known symbol for the LGBTQ+ pride and community, the rainbow flag. Originally designed by Gilbert Baker with 3 other colors included, this current variation has been in use since 1979. The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole. We also have the rainbow flag available in two other sizes: 90 x 150 cm and 150 x 250 cm Material: 100% Polyester
  • Rainbow Canvas Tote Love Black 41 x 38 cm Rainbow Canvas Tote Love Black 41 x 38 cm
    Carry all your things with pride in this cotton tote with a rainbow love print. Size: 44 x 40 cm
  • Rainbow Canvas Tote Heart Black 41 x 38 cm Rainbow Canvas Tote Heart Black 41 x 38 cm
    Carry all your things with pride in this cotton tote with a rainbow heart print. Size white version: 41 x 38 cm Size black version: 44 x 40 cm
  • Rainbow Canvas Tote Love White 41 x 38 cm Rainbow Canvas Tote Love White 41 x 38 cm
    Carry all your things with pride in this cotton canvas tote with a rainbow love print. Size: 41 x 38 cm
  • Rainbow Canvas Tote Heart White 41 x 38 cm Rainbow Canvas Tote Heart White 41 x 38 cm
    Carry all your things with pride in this cotton canvas tote with a rainbow heart print. Size: 41 x 38 cm
  • Hey bears, need to carry your things with you? Why not use this Bear Pride tote! Size: 44 x 40 cm
  • Cary around your gear, necessities or just your groceries in this Leather pride tote! Size: 44 x 40 cm
  • Carry all your things with pride in this cotton tote with the Transgender Flag print. Size: 41 x 38 cm