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The rainbow flag that we all recognize as a symbol of both gay and LGBT pride is used in an all-encompassing manner, but as bisexual, transgender, pansexual, asexual and other identities create and use their own specific colors and lines to tout their pride, it would seem lesbians could use something similar.
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According to The Queerstory Files, Sean was working on a special Pride edition of the and created “rather than hunt around getting copyright clearance for photos and images Sean came up with the imaginative idea of designing flags for various sections of the lgbt community.” The flag has made a little traction on the internet, but has never been widely recognized as one for the lesbian community.
A “Lipstick Lesbian Pride” flag is also found on Wikipedia and a few other websites, but is also not a widely-used symbol.
Based on lady-loving poet Sappho’s home on The Isle of Lesbos, the term “lesbian” was used to describe gay women, and most often, an insult.
But activists and Daughters of Bilitis founders Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin began using the word to describe themselves and others like them, which then traveled around the U. in their newsletter-turned-magazine, Other early symbols of lesbianism included a labrys, an axe-like weapon that was created to be used in combat.This led to a brief discussion, among the festivities, that while most sexual identity groups have their own flag, lesbians do not.