The History of the Rainbow Flag
Since 1978, the rainbow has been a meaningful symbol for the lgbt community. It holds a deep significance for members of this community. The flag was designed with the colors of the rainbow with a purpose, each one representing a different core value of the equality movement.
When the flag was designed, each color was assigned a value. Red stands for life. Orange represents healing, especially meaningful to a community that has lost so many. Yellow and Green represent sunlight and nature respectively. Blue is for harmony, and Violet is for spirit. Each of these values is essential to the lgbt community and represents everything they stand for.
How to Make a Custom LGBTQ Pride Pin
Pins are small and practical, and they make the perfect conversation starter.
There’s no better way to show support for any movement or community. If you want to stand for equality for all people, a rainbow pin is the perfect way to make a statement.
Make your own today with our free quote form!