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<big>'''Androgyne pride flags'''</big>
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<br>This is the gallery of alternative pride flags for the androgyne identity.
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<br>Links: [[Pride flags gallery|Go back to the gallery index]] - [[Androgyne|Read about this identity]]
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<br><small>Tip: hover the flags to see their meaning!<ref group="note">Unfortunately, not all flags have their meaning attached. If you know the meaning of one of them, feel free to add them or tell us through the feedback form at the bottom of this page!</ref></small>
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Androgyne.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|??}}
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Androgyne.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|The red symbolises woman and the blue symbolises man, and they are separated by purple (a mix of them both), yellow (representing non binary-ness) and grey (representing neutrality).}}
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Androgyne-2.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|Black and White: While non-binary, androgyne is somewhat a more binary identity than others. It weaves between male and female comfortably, and works in suitable harmony.<br>Blue: Represents masculinity, identity-wise and aesthetically.<br>Pink: Represents femininity, again, identity-wise and aesthetically.<br>Purple: Represents a comfortable blending of masculinity and femininity to make the unique identity that androgyne people are. Also represents androgyne being a non-binary identity.}}
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Androgyne-3.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|-Pink: Femininity.<br>-Purple: A combination of femininity and masculinity.<br>-Blue: Masculinity.}}
 
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Androgyne_Necker_Cube.png|{{#simple-tooltip:Meaning|It's ambiguous: it is either concave or convex depending on how you look at it.}}
 
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Latest revision as of 20:46, 22 July 2019

Androgyne pride flags
This is the gallery of alternative pride flags for the Androgyne identity.
Go back to the gallery index - Read about this identity
Tip: hover the flags to see their meaning![note 1]

  1. Unfortunately, not all flags have their meaning attached. If you know the meaning of one of them, feel free to add them or contact us!