The Wyoming State Flag includes references to the state itself and its distinctive wildlife to create a flag that encompasses every aspect of the state heritage. The Wyoming flag is one of the few that has not undergone any design changes since its enactment, although it is not exactly the […]


The Leather Pride flag is a symbol used by the leather subculture since the 1990s. Designed by Tony DeBlase, it quickly gained popularity in the gay leather community. It has since been associated with leather in general as well as with related groups such as the BDSM community. History This […]


The colors of the panromantic flag are blue, green, orange, and red. Blue represents the romantic charm of dual men, while a red represents the romantic charm of dual women. Orange indicates a romantic attraction to a gender that is between binary and extra-binary. Green indicates the romantic charm of […]

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 Palau flag was adopted on January 1, 1981, when the island group seceded from the United Nations. Like the flags of several other groups of Pacific islands, light blue is used to represent the ocean and the country’s position. While this puts Palau in common with the Federated States […]

Anguilla is a British overseas territory and the Anguilla flag has a blue British flag in the canton and a badge with three dolphins. The emblem on the Anguilla flag stands for friendship, wisdom, and strength. Before the current flag, three more flags were raised in this country. The original […]

The Nauru flag is not the first flag to represent the country, but it is the first flag that is completely dedicated to its nation and people. Its position as the only unique flag in the history of the country means the flag of Nauru as a strong symbol of […]


The Aruba flag was officially adopted on March 18, 1976, and retained its style after becoming an autonomous region of the Netherlands. The flag is light blue and has two narrow stripes, horizontal and yellow at the bottom, and a red four-pointed star with a white corner. The top of […]

The Tulsa flag consists of a half-white blue and half-beige lower part separated by a golden horizontal line and a golden Osage shield piercing the left third. The shield consists of a red circle and a six-beige star inside the circle. This flag is remarkable because it is one of […]