Stark and clean lined alternate agender flag design.
The color black for agender persons is chosen for its correspondence with black being the total absence of color in the light spectrum and as an alternative to the traditional white included in transgender flags due to the use being based in a choice as a catch-all for anyone who was not a girl or boy.
The choice of black is to indicate a distinct identity in those without gender.
The white is used in 3 ways:
1) acknowledgement of the historical use of the color white as an all-inclusive color for anyone who non-binary in sex and/or gender
2) continuance of the traditionally used color for those persons who identify with it including their agender status
3) for the identity color of black to be placed against to indicate its specific grouping within that traditional generalized non-binary color
The two colors alone have been used with no others to intentionally be agender specific with no other colors to give reference to other gender identities of any type and aesthetically to create a stark, bold, and simple contrast for pride emphasis.
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