Rainbow Pride Pin

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Inspired by the lyrics of Judy Garland’s Over the Rainbow, activist Gilbert Baker created the Rainbow Flag in 1978. A year later, the community finalised this six color version which is now the most familiar and recognisable design for the LGBT flag. Each color stands for a different component of the community: red represents life, orange represents healing, yellow represents sunlight, green represents serenity and nature, blue represents art and harmony, and purple represents spirit and sex.

Show off your LGBTQIA+ community pride and say it fun-sized with our colorful Pride Series pins. Designed to be paired, select a flag and a pronoun and pin them together to complete the circle. Or heck, pair multiple flags or multiple pronouns. Or just pick your one favorite and wear yourself a mini rainbow. Whether you’re stepping out for a pride parade or just looking to add a dash of authenticity to your everyday ensemble, this pin speaks volumes without saying a word.

Maker: Pinultimate
Dimensions: 1 in x 0.5 in 
Weight: 0.2 oz
Clutch: Locking 

$1 from the sale of each pin is donated to The Trevor Project.