The progressive pride flag was created by designer Daniel Quasar in 2018. The right side of the flag is a classic six-stripe rainbow flag. On the left side is a white triangle and chevron made of several additional stripes. The white, pink, and baby blue colors are borrowed from the transgender flag, representing the members of that community. The black and brown stripes represent people of color and those affected by AIDS. The chevron points to the right to signify progress made by the LGBT+ rights movement. However, the arrow is on the left side of sign, showing that there is still much progress left to be made.
Our progressive pride flag sign is flat printed on heavy 14-gauge steel. It will withstand the elements for much longer than a fabric flag will, although it won’t wave in the wind. Its glossy finish makes it perfect for indoor display as well. It is available in six sizes, ranging from 15 in. × 9 in. all the way up to a massive 90 in. × 54 in. All sizes include two holes for easy mounting. (Want a pride flag not listed on our site? Or are you looking for the flag of your city, state, country, or organization? Custom orders are no problem for us! Just contact Jake to get started.)