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Symbols

LesbiangaybisexualtransgenderLGBT)symbols for which they are identified and by which they demonstrate unity, pride, shared values, and allegiance to one another. LGBT symbols also communicate ideas, concepts and identity both within their communities and to mainstream cultures. Arguably the two most-recognized international LGBT symbols are the pink triangle and the rainbow flag.

Symbols

What Are the Signs of Being Gay?

Does wearing a silver ring on your right-hand ring finger mean you’re gay? As it does if you are artsy, bookish and „alternative“? A few years back, if you were wearing these kinds of accessories, like rings and earrings, people would point the finger at you for being queer.

These days, the description of the quintessential homo has changed to ambiguous at best (and less labeled). We’ve become so accustomed to seeing Jack from Will & Grace as the standard gay man, that we forget all about his opposite, Will. Damaging stereotypes and generalizations of queers from the older days still linger on today.

We gay people are a diverse and broad group of individuals, who come in all shapes and sizes and personalities and dress. When many people think about gay men, they automatically associate them with certain stereotypes and generalizations, such as feminine behavior or a certain type of clothing. You should know, however, that for every gay man that fits that mold, there is another that does not.

Some feel it appropriate to go on these „gay witch hunts“ in an attempt to figure out any man that dares wear a pink button down to the company picnic. Should any person be reduced to such superficial characteristics? The lines of gay/straight are forever blurred now that straight men are starting to care about their looks. Walk past any salon and you’ll not only see men in the manicure seat but you’ll notice a full line of services for men. Haven’t you also noticed the onslaught of male fashion mags and billboards? These things aren’t marketed towards an exclusive group of gay men. Companies are seeking the growing number of men (straight or gay) that prefer a close shave over a smelly „me-a-man“ bum. Straight men are now wearing the latest hairstyles, high-end threads, and jewelry. My straight cousin spends more time in the mall than I do!

Now back to the ring on the finger. Nowadays, when a person wears a ring on their right-hand ring finger, it means that he wants to dress up his appearance a bit and that’s the only place his favorite ring fits. Besides, his only other alternative may have been the left-hand ring finger, which (as you know) is reserved for the wedding band.

Many decades ago, some gay men would use left and right side signals to indicate their sexuality or preferences in bed. This was back in the days surrounding Stonewall when being gay meant an instant beat down or arrest. We had few choices but to use Bat Signals to find each other. These indicators, though no longer used today, lived on and spread outside of the gay community. They eventually developed into perhaps one of the silliest stereotypes about gay men. Every man was terrified that if they got their ear pierced on the wrong side they would be tagged a homo.

Thankfully, times have changed and being gay has become less taboo. Those indications of sexuality have gone south as well. Right, left-hand rings; tight, loose pants; tall or short frame- there is no universal sign a person is gay. If your friend’s sexuality baffles you, then the best way to tell if he is gay is to ask him.

What Are the Signs of Being Gay?

Note About Sex Symbols and Their Meaning

Unicode assign each character a name. Typically, when a symbol has one universal meaning, Unicode names it by the character’s example, α is named GREEK SMALL LETTER ALPHA.

However, there are complications. For example, ⌘ was named COMMAND KEY in Unicode 1(released in 1991) since Unicode 2 (released in 1996), it’s changed to PLACE OF INTEREST SIGN. The original useof this symbol is place of interest on maps, but not widely known. It is more commonly knowntoday as the symbol of Apple keyboard’s command key. (Unicode 2 changed many character’s names, but from version 2 on forward, name will not be changed, because Unicode character name is used for identifier purposes.)

μ is named GREEK SMALL LETTER MU. But this Greek letter is commonly used to mean “micro” in engineering, and Unicode created another character for micro, this: µ named MICRO SIGN. [see Unicode: Greek Alphabet α β γ]

π is named GREEK SMALL LETTER PI, but is often used as math constant for the ratio of circle’s circumference to diameter. As of 2017-02-11, there is no separate symbol for math pi.

♁ is named EARTH, used in early astronomy.(it should be rendered as up-side-down female sign ♀. Some font may render it as circle with plus inside.)

⊕ was used for Earth in early astronomy, but is named CIRCLED PLUS, since it is used heavily in math. [see Unicode Math Symbols ∑ ∫ π² ∞]

♀ is named FEMALE SIGN, but was used in early astronomy for Venus (and ♂ is Mars. The male and female usage came later). There’s no separate character for Venus. [see Astrology Symbols ?]

When a symbol has multiple uses, and none is outstanding, typically Unicode name the character descriptively, by the shape of the character, or generally without particular meaning.

For example, the name Unicode assigns to the symbol⚥ is MALE AND FEMALE SIGN (not intercourse, not transgender, not bisexual, not heterosexual), and⚧ is named MALE WITH STROKE AND MALE AND FEMALE SIGN. Not transgender, not pansexual.

I’m not sure why there are 3 versions of the same sign that only differ in orientation. Unicode typically don’t do that, except for arrows.[see Unicode Arrows →]

In giving a name to these symbols on this page for purposes of sex and sexual preference and relations, I try to give all possible uses. You can find out the name Unicode assigns to a character by hovering mouse over the character.

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Note About Sex Symbols and Their Meaning

Triangles used for persecution during the Nazi regime

One of the oldest of these symbols is the pink triangle, which originated from the Nazi concentration camp badges that male homosexuals were required to wear on their clothing. [1] Many of the estimated 5–15,000 gay men and lesbian women imprisoned in concentration camps died during the Holocaust.[2] For this reason, the pink triangle is used as an identification symbol and as a memento to remind both its wearers and the general public of the atrocities that gays suffered under Nazi persecutors. AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP) adopted the inverted pink triangle to symbolize the „active fight back“ against HIV/AIDS „rather than a passive resignation to fate.“

The pink triangle was used exclusively with male prisoners—lesbians were not included under Paragraph 175, a statute which made homosexual acts between males a crime. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum stipulates that this is because women were seen as subordinate to men, and that the Nazi state feared lesbians less than gay men. However, the USHMM also claims that many women were arrested and imprisoned for „asocial“ behaviour, a label which was applied to women who did not conform to the ideal Nazi image of a woman: cooking, cleaning, kitchen work, child raising, and passivity. These women were labeled with a black triangle. [3] Lesbians reclaimed this symbol for themselves as gay men reclaimed the pink triangle.

pink triangle was originally used to denote homosexual men as a Nazi concentration camp badge.

black triangle was used to mark „asocial“ and „workshy“ individuals, including lesbians, Romani people and others in the camps. It has been adapted as a lesbian symbol.

Labrys

The labrys, or double-bladed battle axe, was a symbol used in the ancient civilization of Minoan Crete (sometimes portrayed as having certain matriarchal tendencies), and in ancient Greek legends it was supposedly used by Scythian Amazon women warriors (sometimes said to be ruled by two queens at a time). It can also be associated with the Greek goddess Demeter (Ceres in Roman mythology) and occasionally the Greek goddess Artemis (Diana in Roman mythology). The labrys is often used used to represent lesbian and feminist strength and self-sufficiency. [4]

Lambda

In 1970, the Greek letter lambda (λ) was selected to symbolize the Gay Activists Alliance’s campaign in New York, and four years later, the International Gay Rights Congress in Edinburgh, Scotland, chose the same symbol to represent lesbian and gay rights. As a result, the lambda has become internationally known. It is traditional for the lambda to be shown in lavender, a color which, like pink, is often associated with homosexuality. In physics the lambda represents wavelength, associated with energy, and therefore is used to symbolize the energy of the Gay Rights Movement. Also, the lambda is said to signify unity under oppression. The gay rights organization Lambda Legal and the American Lambda Literary Award derive their names from this symbol. [5]

Purple hand

On October 31, 1969, sixty members of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) and the Society for Individual Rights (SIR) staged a protest outside the offices of the in response to another in a series of news articles disparaging LGBT people in San Francisco’s gay bars and clubs. [6][7] The peaceful protest against the „homophobicExaminer turned tumultuous and were later called „Friday of the Purple Hand“ and „Bloody Friday of the Purple Hand“.[7][8][9][10][11] Examiner employees „dumped a bag of printers‘ ink from the third story window of the newspaper building onto the crowd“.[7][9] Some reports state that it was a barrel of ink poured from the roof of the building.[12] The protesters „used the ink to scrawl ‚Gay Power‘ and other slogans on the building walls“ and stamp purple hand prints „throughout downtown San Francisco“ resulting in „one of the most visible demonstrations of gay power“.[7][9][11] According to Larry LittleJohn, then president of SIR, „At that point, the tactical squad arrived – not to get the employees who dumped the ink, but to arrest the demonstrators. Somebody could have been hurt if that ink had gotten into their eyes, but the police were knocking people to the ground.“[7] The accounts of police brutality include women being thrown to the ground and protesters‘ teeth being knocked out.[7][13]

Inspired by Black Hand extortion methods of Camorra gangsters and the Mafia, [14] some gay and lesbian activists attempted to institute „purple hand“ as a warning to stop anti-gay attacks, with little success. In Turkey, the LGBT rights organization MorEl Eskişehir LGBTT Oluşumu (Purple Hand Eskişehir LGBT Formation), also bears the name of this symbol.[15]

Rainbow flag

Gilbert Bakerrainbow flag for the 1978 San Francisco’s Gay Freedom Celebration. The flag does not depict or show an actual rainbow. Rather, the colors of the rainbow are displayed as horizontal stripes, with red at the top and purple at the bottom. It represents the diversity of gays and lesbians around the world. The purple stripe is sometimes replaced with a black stripe to show masculinity or leather pride. Red stands for life, orange stands for healing, yellow stands for the sun, green stands for nature, blue stands for harmony, and purple stands for the soul. The original rainbow flag had two additional stripes: a pink stripe and an aqua stripe. These two colors are in the Bisexual Double Triangle and the bright pink is also similar to the Pink Triangle. The original eight color rainbow flag flies over the Castro in San Francisco and from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center in New York City.

Freedom rings

Freedom rings, designed by David Spada, are six aluminum rings, each in one of the colors of the rainbow flag. Symbolizing independence and tolerance, these rings are worn as themselves or as part of necklaces, bracelets, and key chains. They’re often referred to as „Fruit Loops“. [16] For National Coming Out Day (held in the United States on October 11) students have made home-made versions of the „freedom rings“ with actual Fruit Loops cereal. A subtle distinction often ignored is if the red ring is toward the wearer’s right hand, they are gay. If the red ring is toward the left hand, they are straight and gay-friendly.

Bisexuality

The blue and pink overlapping triangle symbol represents bisexuality and bi pride. The exact origin of this symbol, sometimes facetiously referred to as the „biangles“, remains ambiguous. It is popularly thought that the pink triangle may represent homosexuality, as it does when it stands alone, while the blue stands for heterosexuality. The two together form the color lavender, a blend of both sexual orientations and a color that has been associated with homosexuality for almost a century. It’s also possible that the pink may represent attraction to females, the blue attraction to males and lavender attraction to both.

In 1988, Michael Page designed a bisexual pride flag to represent the bisexual community. This rectangular flag consists of a broad magenta stripe at the top, representing same-gender attraction; a broad stripe in blue at the bottom, representing opposite-gender attraction; and a narrower deep lavender band occupying the central fifth, which represents attraction towards both genders.

Transgender symbol

Popular transgender symbols, used to identify transvestites, transsexuals, and other transgender people, frequently consist of a modified biological symbol, originating from a drawing by Holly Boswell. In addition to the arrow projecting from the top right of the circle that comprises the biological symbol for the male (from the astrological symbol for Mars), and in addition to the cross projecting from the bottom of the circle that comprises the biological symbol for the female (from the astrological symbol for Venus), the symbol incorporates both these devices as well as a cross topped by an arrowhead (combining the male and the female motifs) which projects from the top left of the circle.

Another transgender symbol is the Transgender Pride flag designed by Monica Helms, and first shown at a pride parade in Phoenix, Arizona, USA in 2000. The flag represents the transgender community and consists of five horizontal stripes, two light blue, two pink, with a white stripe in the center. Helms described the meaning of the flag as follows:

Other transgender symbols include the butterfly (symbolizing transformation or metamorphosis), and a pink/light blue yin and yang symbol.

Bear community

The International Bear Brotherhood Flag designed in 1995 by Craig Byrnes(VA Copyright 760-763), digital graphic by Paul Witzkoske for Bear Manufacturing [21]

gay slang term for those in the bear communities, a subculture in the gay community and an emerging subset of LGBT communities with events, codes and culture specific identity. Bears tend to have hairy bodies and facial hair; some are heavy-set; some project an image of working-class masculinity in their grooming and appearance, though none of these are requirements or unique indicators. The bear concept can function as an identity, an affiliation, and an ideal to live up to, and there is ongoing debate in bear communities about what constitutes a bear. Some state that self-identifying as a bear is the only requirement, while others argue that bears must have certain physical characteristics—such as a hairy chest and face or having a large body—and a certain mode of dress and behavior.

„Bears“ are almost always gaybisexual men although increasingly transgender men and those who shun labels for gender and sexuality are also included within bear communities. The Bear community has spread all over the world, with Bear clubs in many countries. Bear clubs often serve as social and sexual networks for older, hairier, sometimes heavier gay and bisexual men, and members often contribute to their local gay communities through fundraising and other functions. Bear events are common in heavily-gay communities.

Leather sub-culture

Leather culture denotes practices and styles of dress organized around sexual activities and eroticism („kink“). Wearing leather garments is one way that participants in this culture self-consciously distinguish themselves from mainstream sexual cultures. Leather culture is most visible in gay communities and most often associated with gay men („leathermen“), but it is also reflected in various ways in the gaylesbianbisexualstraight worlds. Many people associate leather culture with BDSM (Bondage/Discipline, Dominance/Submission, Sado/Masochism, also called „SM“) practice. But for others, wearing black leather clothing is an erotic fashion that expresses heightened masculinity or the appropriation of sexual power; love of motorcycles and independence; and engagement in sexual kink or leather fetishism. [22]

The Leather Pride flag was designed by Tony DeBlase, and he first presented the design at the International Mr. Leather event in Chicago, Illinois, USA on May 28, 1989.

„The flag is composed of nine horizontal stripes of equal width. From the top and from the bottom, the stripes alternate black and royal blue. The central stripe is white. In the upper left quadrant of the flag is a large red heart. I will leave it to the viewer to interpret the colors and symbols.“

Other symbols

In addition to these major symbols of the GLBT community, other lesser symbols have been used to represent members’ unity, pride, shared values, and allegiance to one another.

Conversely, since the first century, the hare, the hyena, [24][25][26] and the weasel have been used in literature as negative symbols of male homosexuality, with connotations of sexual perversion.

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