Part of our range of LGBT Pride flags, the Pansexual Pride flag was designed as a symbol for use by the pansexual community. The Pansexual Pride flag consists of a horizontal tricolour of (from the top of the flag to the bottom of the flag) the colours magenta, yellow and cyan. The purpose of the Pansexual Pride flag is to increase visibility and recognition of the pansexual community, as well as distinguishing it from bisexuality (pansexuality is sexual, romantic or emotional attraction towards people regardless of their sex or gender identity).
The colours of the Pansexual Pride flag have specific meaning and symbolism. The cyan portion of the flag represents attraction to those who identify as male, the magenta portion of the flag represents attraction to those who identify as female, and the yellow portion of the flag represents attraction to non-binary people.
A Pansexual Pride flag (right) flies at the Katowice Pride Parade in Katowice, Poland