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The Ultimate Guide to Pride Flag Emojis for Discord and Slack

As emoji have grown to stand as a symbol of representation, one group remains decidedly underrepresented: the LGBTQIA+ community. With only the Rainbow Flag to serve as the solitary symbol for an increasingly diverse body of people, the LGBTQIA+ community continues to petition for the inclusion of additional pride flags. Proposals were presented to Unicode in 2017 and 2018 for the Transgender Flag, but it remains absent from Emoji 12.0 (though it is widely expected to pass in 2020 for Emoji 13.0).

Rather than bide our time and hope for the best, JoyPixels has joined forces with Fullscreen Inc and launched an entire pack of LGBTQIA+ pride flags - the first downloadable pride flag emoji of its kind - free under a Creative Commons License.

pride flag emojis download

The entire pride flag set is available today at its the Github Repo, where anyone can easily download or access every image. The pack is licensed under Creative Commons 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0), which means users are free to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, and transform and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially.

This open source emoji is named "rainbow flag" and is licensed under the open source Apache 2.0 license. It's a colored emoji. It's also a defined emoji, which means it's part of the open standard on emojis. It's available to be downloaded in SVG and PNG formats (available in 256, 512, 1024 and 2048 PNG sizes). It's part of the emoji set "Noto Emoji by Google", which has 3,670 emojis in it. If you need this emoji available in another format, it should be pretty straight forward to download it as an SVG image file, and then import it into apps like Adobe XD, Canva, Illustrator or Pixlr. Converting it to an ICO, JPEG or WebP image format or file type should also be pretty simple (we hope to add that feature to Iconduck soon).

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The traditional Pride flag, created in 1978, has been updated over the years, most recently the "progress pride" flag includes extra colors to help represent LGBTQIA+ people of colors and as well as the colors from the transgender flag. Individual LGBTQIA+ communities have also similarly created versions of the pride flag, so why not make all of the options available to our diverse and growing team members?

Looking ahead to Pride 2021, Brooke teamed up with Bounteous developer Paige Keenan, to create a simple and fun web app for Bounteous team members to add a Pride flag border to their Slack profile images. Upload your photo, choose your flag, and download your new flag-ified profile image.


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