the lesbian flag is like? one of the worst designs for lgbt+ artists?
(pls read until the end before you call me lesbophobic)
like, to show you what i mean
if you were to take, say, neon pink, neon blue, and white and arrange them correctly, its clearly recognizable as the trans flag. Even if i stray from the specific shades of pink, blue, etc you would still be able to tell its the trans flag.
This ALSO makes it easier for traditional artists to create pride flag art. every pack of pencils or markers has pink, blue, purple, red, orange, yellow, etc, but not all of them have 4 different shades of pink and two weird shades of red that match with the pink. I made these common pride flag using only seven different colours (plus black and white which I’m not counting) and, while the normal pride flags have a bigger variety of shades in colour, these flags are still recognizable as representing their specific gender/sexuality (I apologize for the crude drawings, I’m using a mouse)
in conclusion its REALLY hard to find craft supplies for the specific colors on the lesbian flag, and, due to its nature of only having reddish-hued colours, makes it hard to compromise with colours like you could with some of the other common pride flags. This problem also comes up in flags such as the aromantic or agender pride flags but I feel like its more prevalent in the lesbian flag?
ANYWAYS the lesbian pride flag is, imo, the prettiest pride flag and i want to slap it on everything I own but unfortunately cannot because supplies of that colour are hard to find essay over