The intersex inclusion flag is a symbol of visibility and recognition for intersex people within the LGBTQIA+ community. It builds upon the Progress Pride flag, adding a yellow triangle with a purple circle in the chevron to specifically represent those born with variations in sex characteristics that don't fit typical binary notions of male or female bodies.
- Yellow triangle: Represents an alternative to the traditional blue and pink associated with gender binaries.
- Purple circle: Symbolizes wholeness and the right to bodily autonomy and integrity.
- Other stripes: Retain the meanings from the Progress Pride flag, including:
The flag's creation in 2021 by Valentino Vecchietti marked a significant step towards a more inclusive and diverse representation of the LGBTQIA+ spectrum.