Bear Pride Pin

R144

This pride flag pin represents the bear subculture within the LGBT community. The colors of the flag are meant to include the colors of the furs of animal bears throughout the world, not necessarily referring to human skin and hair color tones: Dark brown, orange/rust, golden yellow, tan, white, gray, and black. The flag was designed with inclusion in mind. The gay bear culture celebrates secondary sex characteristics such as growth of body hair and facial hair, which is typically considered a “bear” trait. Craig Byrnes created the Bear pride flag in 1995.

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100 in stock

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This pride flag pin represents the bear subculture within the LGBT community. The colors of the flag are meant to include the colors of the furs of animal bears throughout the world, not necessarily referring to human skin and hair color tones: Dark brown, orange/rust, golden yellow, tan, white, gray, and black. The flag was designed with inclusion in mind. The gay bear culture celebrates secondary sex characteristics such as growth of body hair and facial hair, which is typically considered a “bear” trait. Craig Byrnes created the Bear pride flag in 1995.

  • Hard enamel, gold plated finish & a rubber clutch
  • 1.25″ wide x 0.8″ tall

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