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LOYOLA CO. NEW ZEALAND

Rainbow Progress Intersex Inclusive Flag

Rainbow Progress Intersex Inclusive Flag

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Designer Valentino Vecchietti has offered the intersex community further visibility by providing a new update to the original rainbow flag. Vecchietti’s design includes the intersex yellow and purple circle added next to the transgender blue, pink, and white colours.

The intersex flag is a way for the community to unite and unify under a symbol devoid of gender stereotypes. Yellow has long been seen as an intersex colour representing those who do not fit the binary. The purple circle represents the wholeness of the intersex community free from colours like blue and pink that are commonly seen as male and female, respectfully. The fact that the circle is unbroken is important because the intersex community continues to fight for bodily autonomy against the medical history of “corrective” genital surgery. The whole circle represents how complete intersex people are from the moment of birth (Source: Intersex Human Rights Australia).

This flag can be used as a cape, is excellent to be displayed in indoor or windy outdoor areas and is manufactured to be used at multiple events for prolonged periods. Portable and easy to install.

Fixture: Two eyelets are placed on the hanging side of the flag, with one at the top and one at the bottom.

Specification: 90 x 150 cm | Made from water-resistant polyester


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About the owner

Isaac Loyola is a Filipino-Kiwi queer and transgender guy who donates heaps to the community. He is also the Founder and President of Proud Campaign, a registered charity organisation in New Zealand that originated in the Philippines.

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