Trans Pride Flag Stick-On Patch by Flags For Good
Fulfilled by our friends at Flags For Good
✍️ The Design: The Transgender Pride Flag was created by American Trans woman Monica Helms in 1999, and was first shown at a pride parade in Phoenix in the year 2000.
The baby blue stripes are the traditional colors of a baby boy. Similarly, the pink is the traditional colors for a baby girl. The white in the middle symbolizes those who are transitioning between the two genders and those who don't identify with either.
Read why August 19th is Transgender Flag day.
This patch is made out of 100% recycled plastic bottles by our friends at Outpatch.
- Peel and stick embroidered patch (NO iron or sewing necessary)
- Great for water bottles, clothing, laptops, coolers, or anywhere you want to rock it.
- Machine washable (washing machine or dishwasher)