Aroace Pride Flag - Version 3
Aromantic asexual, often shortened to aroace or aro ace, is a term that refers to a person who is both aromantic/aro-spec and asexual/ace-spec. Aroace can be used for any individual who identifies with both spectrums. For example, an aromantic asexual, an aromantic demisexual, and a lithromantic greyasexual can all be described as aroace.
Some aroaces may experience other forms of attraction that are neither romantic nor sexual, such as queerplatonic attraction, alterous attraction, or sensual attraction. If they feel that this attraction is significant enough to warrant a place alongside their aroace orientation, they may identify as oriented aroace or angled aroace.https://lgbta.wikia.org/wiki/Aroace
Version 1 - 5 horizontal stripes: orange, gold, white, light blue, and navy
Version 2 combines the purple, grey, white and black of the asexual flag with the light green, green, white, grey, and black aromantic flag.
Version 3 - 4 horizontal stripes of the asexual flag: black, grey, white, and purple, with a heart in the centre. The heart has the 5 stripes of the aromantic flag: green, light green, white, grey, and black.
This 36”x60” wall flag is made of 100% polyester knit; equipped with grommets for an authentic look and feel. The flag is a one sided semi transparent print.
- Indoor use is suggested to maximize the life of the flag, but it is made of tent fabric, and may be hung outdoors.
- The flag is a single-reverse print, so it doesn't suit standing flagpoles, but is great to hang from a horizontal flagpole, off a balcony, or on your wall.
- Manufactured by a small company in the US
“NinjaFerret.ca” is written discreetly in the bottom right corner of the flags, so that you can find me again. Apologies to those who find that cheezy.
SINGLE REVERSE VS DOUBLE-SIDED FLAGS
Single reverse flags are the most common flag design. This is where the design is printed correctly on one side of the flag and the ink bleeds through the material so the design appears as a mirror image on the back or reverse side.
Single Reverse: Design is only done on 1 side of the flag but shows through to the other side in a reverse image. The majority of flags are created this way, including most provincial flags and corporate flags. A single reverse flag is lightweight and is most cost-effective.
Double-Sided: Design reads correctly on both sides of the flag. Typically this flag is 2 single-sided flags sewn back to back to make it double thickness. This type of flag is commonly hung horizontally indoors. Double sided advertising flags are heavier than a single reverse flag and are not typically recommended for outdoor use.
Single-Sided: Printed on one side only, with thicker fabric, so the back is blank. Best hung on a wall, or a garden flagpole facing outward.