Get to know the Transgender Pride Flag
Monica Helms (She/Her) is a US Navy veteran, and also an activist in the transgender equality movement. She created the Transgender Pride Flag in 1999, and first presented it at the Pheonix Pride Parade in 2000.
What do the colours represent?
- Blue: traditional color representing a baby boy
- Pink: traditional color representing a baby girl
- White: representing the transgender community , including people who are transitioning, agender or bigender, and intersex.
What makes the Transgender Pride Flag special is that no matter how you display it, the color order will not be mixed up. It symbolizes that there is nothing wrong with how we identify, we should be more confident in ourselves.