The colors pink, purple, and blue are the colors of the Bisexual Pride Flag, designed by Michael Page and first unveiled on December 5th,  shown below. Click Here to find out more. Bisexual Lighting is a slang in the queer community for neon lighting with high emphasis on pinks, purples, and blues in film. The flag also feels very durable. One version of a heterosexuality symbol. You love that you live worry free when talking with others about relationships you are in with people of the same gender.
According to the website:. These symbols signify men attracted to men and women left and a women attracted to men and women right. The yellow background and purple circle represent "hermaphrodite" colors. Tony DeBlase presented the design for this flag in , at the Mr. Bisexuals live for threesomes. You love that every bit of your body is bi. Sexy Beast Masturbation Matters:
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These symbols signify men attracted to men and women left and a women attracted to men and women right. The use of moons is often thought to have some link to the expression "it's just a phase" which is said to many bisexual people especially teens and young adults and non-straight people in general. You love that science recognizes your sexuality as valid and sound. Just as the real world where bi folk blend in with both communities. The double moon symbol was created to avoid using the triangles from Nazi concentration camps. According to the website: Notes kingofpalmtrees liked this.
For the rest of my life I will spend pretending to be straight around part of my family. In the upper left quadrant of the flag is a large red heart. For the three and a half years I spent trying to mask my pain and hide my sexuality by dating the straightest man at my school. But the rainbow flag had been undeniably effective. For the bisexual woman who came up to me during the parade who identifies as a lesbian, too scared to tell people she is actually bisexual because she has known lesbians in the past who rejected bisexual partners for fear of being left for a man.