The demiboy flag was created by Tumblr Transrant on or before July 4th, 2015. There is no confirmed color meaning, but it is generally assumed that grays represent partial conjugation and areas of gray, blue represents masculinity or manhood, and white represents scenario or non-binary identities. The demiboy symbol was […]

The original Polyamorous flag was designed by Jim Evans in 1995. The blue bar means openness and honesty among all partners. The red bar stands for love and affection. This black bar shows solidarity with those who have to hide their multi-lingual relationships from the outside world. At its center […]

The Agender flag, created by Salem X in 2014, has seven horizontal stripes. Black and white stripes indicate the absence of gender, gray indicates the lack of gender of the semi-gender, and the central green band indicates non-binary gender. The Agender Pride flag has seven equal sized stripes in four […]

The Bisexual Pride Flag, first unveiled on December 5, 1998, was designed by Michael Page to increase the representation and visibility of bisexuals in the LGBT community and society at large. The rectangular flag consists of a wide magenta stripe at the top, a wide blue stripe at the bottom, […]

The Afghanistan flag was officially adopted on August 19, 2013. The three colors were inspired by Amanullah Khan during a trip to Europe in 1928. And the original design of the three-color horizontal flag is based on the German flag. The Afghanistan flag is also one of six national flags […]

The United Kingdom flag , known as the Union Jack, is a symbol of this unity. It was passed on January 1, 1801, and includes a red cross for St. George, the patron saint of England, and the White Cross of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. In addition, […]

The Maryland flag is the mysterious flag of the seventeenth century Cecil, Baron II of Baltimore. This includes Sketch (Heraldic shield) his father George, a Balton baron (1532-1632), with charges and grounds related to his badge with his grandmother, the heir to the Crossland family in the Kingdom of England. […]

The England flag is taken from the Cross of St. George. The cross of the Red Cross as a symbol of England can be traced back to the late Middle Ages and was increasingly used alongside the royal flag following the British Reformation, especially as a naval flag. This material […]

The Boston Flag consists of a sky blue square and the seal of Boston, Massachusetts, in the center. The flag sometimes flies in a dark blue shade, mostly turquoise. Designed in 1913 and approved by Boston City Council on January 29, 1917. History Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and […]

The Baltimore flag has a black and yellow pattern of the Maryland flag with the seal of the city of Baltimore. The flag of Baltimore represents the “Battle Monument”, which is also the main seal of the city. The monument was erected in the former Colonial Court Square along North […]