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Mon Jun 18, 2018, 1:58 PM
Hero-bg by dtab428Fly your flag with DeviantArt as we celebrate the #PluralityOfPride! Join the conversation and check out some of the LGTBQ+ artists we’re featuring for #PrideMonth.

Like the many flags we fly to represent who we are, Pride Month is about celebrating the strength of our plurality, the many identities that complete us and make all of us great, and how they come together to build our common humanity.

Occurring in the same month as the Stonewall Riots (on June 28, 1969) where people were beaten simply for being who they are, Pride Month is meant to be a celebration of coming together in light of this violent beginning. This year, DeviantArt is proud to honor deviants of all identities who, over the years, have helped build us into an ever-more inclusive community where we can just be.

  • Be who we are, without fear.
  • Be different, even if we can't always be in real life.
  • Be ourselves, celebrated and supported by those around us.

Over the years, different LGBTQ+ communities around the world have created various flags, representing the truly diverse nature of this ever-changing community as they seek to find wholeness, strength, and unity. These flags include:

Rainbow Flag

This flag -- the most well-known of them all -- has undergone many iterations, adding and removing colors along the way. Introduced in 1978, it has come to represent the strength, life, spirit and nature of the entire LGBTQ+ movement.

Intersex Flag

Created in 2013, this flag avoids pink and blue, the traditional gender colors, by using purple and yellow to represent the wholeness and potential of intersex people.

Transgender Flag

Introduced in 1999, this flag represents trans people’s continuing quest for completion in their lives.

Bisexual Flag

First flown in 1998, this flag represents visibility and attraction to men and women.

Asexuality Flag

Introduced in 2010, this flag represents the community shared by asexuals and their allies as they redefine attraction.

Pansexual Flag

Created in 2010, this flag uses pink, blue, and yellow to highlight the endless possibility of attraction these people feel.

No matter where you belong on the LGBTQ+ spectrum, or even if you're simply an LGBTQ+ ally, we strongly believe that Pride Month can be a celebration of our collective strength and courage as the community we are and aspire to be. Whether through the art we make, the rights we fight for, or the relationships we build, Pride is about rising above challenges as our colors fly ever higher.

We invite you to celebrate Pride with us, sharing all the wonderful aspects that make DeviantArt different and diverse!

All deviants who comment on this journal by answering the three prompts below will receive a special Pride badge that will display on your Profile.

DeviantArt staff may remove a badge if a deviant’s comment or contribution doesn’t demonstrate the true spirit of Pride.

  • How are you are celebrating Pride this year?
  • Tell (or show!) us what your Pride flag would look like.
  • Why do you think flags are an important symbol for marginalized communities?




No matter what flag you fly, DeviantArt welcomes and celebrates you! We’ve put the spotlight on some of our LGBTQ+ deviants for Pride Month. Check out their pieces and join the conversation (and get the 2018 Pride Badge)!
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:iconbarky-studios:
Barky-Studios Featured By Owner 8 hours ago  Student Digital Artist
  • How are you are celebrating Pride this year? 

    - I'm hanging out with my friends and chatting about my day.

  • Tell (or show!) us what your Pride flag would look like.

    -probably like the chapstick lesbian mixed with the bambi lesbian!

  • Why do you think flags are an important symbol for marginalized communities?
    -
    to represent who you are and how you are to others!~ 
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:iconwhitecrownwinter:
WhiteCrownWinter Featured By Owner 17 hours ago  Student General Artist
1. Coming out to my friends 

2. I don't have any flags yet :'(

3. Why I think flags are an important symbol to the marginalized communities is to show them that no matter who the person likes we are all the same 
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:iconikatxfruti:
iKatXFruti Featured By Owner 18 hours ago
rainbow heart {big} 
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:iconscorchhound-adopts:
ScorchHound-Adopts Featured By Owner 19 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
  • How are you are celebrating Pride this year?
- Making Pride adopts and supporting local LGBT Charities!
  • Tell (or show!) us what your Pride flag would look like
- A mix of the trans/pans flags!
  • Why do you think flags are an important symbol for marginalized communities?
It symbolises community spirit and is a recognisable method of connecting with others through these flags

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:icongalaxy-of-star:
Galaxy-Of-Star Featured By Owner Edited 19 hours ago  Student General Artist
  • How are you are celebrating Pride this year?
    celebrating it with a Bisexual friend uwu (also with a Transgender friend)

  • Tell (or show!) us what your Pride flag would look like.
    Robot in the middle, with the bi, trans aro flag together

  • Why do you think flags are an important symbol for marginalized communities?
    Representing who you are! And to show your pride! 
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:iconsleepingteddy:
SleepingTeddy Featured By Owner 21 hours ago   General Artist
1. I celebrate pride just by showing who i am, and taking the courage to tell ppl that i'm who i'm supposed to be.
2. My flag is the trans flag!
3. Flags are important because they show our pride to others, much like how people show state/country flags to show pride for their own countries! At least, i assume so.
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:iconstarcutie27:
StarCutie27 Featured By Owner 23 hours ago  Student Digital Artist
1. I celebrate my pride just by being proud!!
2. My flag is pansexuality pride!! Pansexual Pride (F2U) 
3. Because they show meaning to people and communities!
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:iconblepneps:
BlepNeps Featured By Owner Edited 1 day ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm a lesbian and i'm celebrating my pride by hanging out with people that support me! I also think flags are important cos' they give LGBT+ people a voice : ) Lesbian Pride (F2U) 
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:iconblepneps:
BlepNeps Featured By Owner Edited 1 day ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
eXusE mE is tHat kLanCE
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:iconzelbunnii:
Zelbunnii Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
PUKE 
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:iconi-bleach:
I-Bleach Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student Artist
gimmie badge reeeeee
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:iconthemenasaur:
TheMenasaur Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
based deviantart pls validate me
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:iconplanxtary:
planxtary Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this so much <3
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:iconbloodandpain6:
BloodAndPain6 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New Deviant
Bisexual Pride (F2U) 
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:iconcherrydoyen:
Cherrydoyen Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Heck I'm gay
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:iconhunterthewastelander:
HunterTheWastelander Featured By Owner Edited 2 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
I'm a trans man, I'm celebrating pride by reminding myself I'm a year closer to freedom. Trans Pride (F2U) by my-world-is-split Flags are important, they give a voice to those without one
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:icontherealwindless:
therealwindless Featured By Owner 2 days ago  New Deviant Student Filmographer
Homosexual Pride (f2u)  
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:iconokcoockie:
OkCoockie Featured By Owner 2 days ago
:meow:
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:iconsoffiaisshiny:
SoffiaisShiny Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Kewl. >3>
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:iconkattykataj:
KattyKatAJ Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
uwu
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:iconfrensisred:
FrensisRed Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
rainbow flag 
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:iconmisachico:
Misachico Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Hug 
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:iconxblisterx:
XBlisterX Featured By Owner 3 days ago  New Deviant Student Digital Artist
Rainbow doge emote 
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:iconvollexia:
vollexia Featured By Owner 3 days ago
:heart:
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:iconkararyli:
Kararyli Featured By Owner 3 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
Pride :iconbummy1::iconbummy2::iconbummy3:
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:iconsunshine-kitkat:
SunShine-KitKat Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New Deviant
LGBT Pride Heart 
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:iconredroyalestream:
redroyalestream Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New Deviant
Cool
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:icondiojks:
Diojks Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Rainbow pride -pixel Heart- Straight Ally (f2u) Rainbow pride -pixel Heart-   
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:iconnightshadelewolf:
NightShadeleWolf Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Rainbow pride -pixel Heart- Straight Ally (f2u) Rainbow pride -pixel Heart-   
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:iconppeach-tea:
ppeach-tea Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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:iconchashkachaya:
ChashkaChaya Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
uwu
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:iconsweet-chamomile-tea:
Sweet-chamomile-tea Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New Deviant Student Digital Artist
Ah much love to anyone who is LGBT+ you all deserve it
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:iconclairskiller:
ClairsKiller Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
transgender and gay, all my friends i hang out with are somewhere within the lgbt+ community, the flags give people a sense of identity to rally behind
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:iconeindyn-the-apricot:
eindyn-the-apricot Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional General Artist
this is wonderful. so much love in this community
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:iconi-love-your-oc:
I-Love-Your-OC Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Beautiful!
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:iconcoffeecatsandcocaine:
CoffeeCatsandCocaine Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Pansexual over here...my mom doesn't really "Accept" me, but I've met so many awesome and supportive people here on DeviantArt, so I just wanna say thanks for such an awesome and friendly platform Heart 
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:iconkatwatrous:
katwatrous Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Love 
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:iconmuertos:
Muertos Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Im lesbian whom never been loved before unfortly ... But im happy for all of thoses who have find their key to their heart.  (sry english is not my first language)
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:iconnightmare-da-wolfie:
Nightmare-Da-Wolfie Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
As a gay person this made me smile
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:iconinklightning:
InkLightning Featured By Owner 6 days ago
…?

I like drawing gay robots.
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:iconfoxxydanny:
FoxxyDanny Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student General Artist
I'm Bi, and I love the lgbt support in this community. <3
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:iconvaantaa:
Vaantaa Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New Deviant Student General Artist
I'm pan, I'm glad there's some pan pride stuff here :D 

Also, if you're part of the LGBT community you should love yourself !!!
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:iconelftwunk:
elftwunk Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New Deviant Hobbyist General Artist
That Pricefield art is <333
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:iconlikeverybreakingwave:
likeverybreakingwave Featured By Owner 6 days ago
So cool!
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:iconnyxtheflyingkatfish:
NyxTheFlyingKatFish Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student General Artist
Pride colour scenes are really cool gonna steal that idea lmao.
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:iconyohioloid56:
YOHIOloid56 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I know I'm late but:
1. I'm going to be drawing some fanart for the comic Loserdex
2. The demigirl flag with the triangle and axe from the lesbian flag
3. Flags can be signals to your people!
Demigirl Pride Shooting Star 
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:iconobsideonrose:
ObsideonROSE Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2019  Student Traditional Artist
Im grey-ace bi-romantic, so my flag would be black, white, pink, purple, and blue. Colors are the best way to proclaim who you are!:)
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:iconsistersalty:
sisterSalty Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love my pride peeps
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:iconshiba235:
shiba235 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  New Deviant Hobbyist
owo
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:iconanomalydoll:
anomalydoll Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
F2U Cute Bisexual Divider Bisexual Pride (F2U) Bisexual 
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