The pansexual flag is an international symbol of pride for the pansexual community. It first appeared in the 2010s on Tumblr; it appears to have been created by a semi-anonymous user under the name Jasper V. The flag is made of cyan, magenta, and yellow stripes. (Interestingly, these are also the three primary colors used in printing.) The cyan is said to represent attraction to men, while the magenta stripe represents attraction to women. The yellow stripe in the middle represents all other gender identities, such as non-binary genders.
Our pansexual flag sign is printed on heavy 14-gauge steel. Unlike a fabric flag, it won’t flap about in the breeze, but it does make an attractive display piece, indoors, outdoors, or anywhere in between. Its glossy finish will withstand the elements for years to come. We’ve made it available in six sizes, from 15 in. × 9 in. all the way up to a colossal 90 in. × 54 in. Also, we’ve drilled out two holes to make mounting easier. (Looking for a pride flag not listed on our site? Or want a sign like this for the flag of your city, state, country, or organization? We’d be happy to make it for you! Just contact Jake to get started on your custom order.)