These large 5′ x 3′ Lesbian Labry’s Flags are perfect for wearing at Prides, hanging up in your room or decorating a table with. Made from 100% woven polyester with double stitched hem all around the flag to stop fraying and reinforced on one side with two metal eyelets for hanging.
The lesbian community has a number of flags, with the most recent one being released in 2019, but the history of Labrys flag to represent lesbians dates back to 1999, when a gay designer, who worked for the Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Times called Sean Campbell created what is know as a the Labrys flag.
The Labrys flag is a dark purple flag, with a black triangle in the centre, on top of which is a battle axe. Although it’s not consider the main lesbian flag, it rose in popularity with some lesbians and feminists due to the popular empowerment publication, Labrys Magazine.
Buying this product helps support The Pride Fund, a project to support the development of Prides in the UK, by offering grants to facilitate their growth, outreach and longevity.