Aromantic Pride Products
Here at Joshua Lloyd you'll find an ever-growing collection of aromantic pride accessories and clothing. Like our complete collection of LGBTQ+ merchandise, jewelry and apparel, our aro pride collection is build up from community input to ensure that you'll find something to fall in love with or purchase for a loved one!
What Is Aromantic?
Aromantic people have little or no romantic attraction to others, unlike asexual, aromantic people may or may not feel sexual attraction. For this reason, an aromantic person can either be aromantic sexual or aromantic asexual. Aromanticism is solely relatable to romantic attraction, whereas asexuality is relatable to sexual attraction to others.
Aromantic Pride Flag
The aromantic pride flag has seen three renditions over the years, with the latest being the most widely accepted version internationally. The first aromantic pride flag was a four stripe design which utilised the colours green which is the opposite to red and the colour of romance, yellow was to represent yellow flowers for friendship, orange as it is between yellow and red to represent grey-romantics, with black also utilised for aromantics who reject the traditional ideas of romance. The origin of the first aromantic pride flag is unknown, including who the flag was designed by.
The second design for the aromantic pride flag was created by Tumblr user Cameron (@cameronwhimsy) on the 7th February 2014. This flag was created utilising a five stripe design of dark-green, light-green, yellow, grey and black as an extension to the first design created.
Finally the third and most recent design is most widely accepted worldwide. The design replaces yellow of the second version to a white stripe which was also designed and uploaded by Cameron after updating the design on the 16th November 2014.
Colours Of The Aromantic Flag
The latest and most accepted rendition of the aromantic pride flag consists of five equally sized horizontal stripes, utilising the colours dark-green, light-green, white, grey and black. Like previous versions, each colour represents a different part of what makes aromanticism:
Dark Green: Represents aromanticism.
Light Green: Represents the aromantic spectrum.
White: Represents platonic and aesthetic attraction, alongside queer/quasi platonic relationships.
Grey: Represents grey-aromantic and demiromantic people.
Black: Represents the sexuality spectrum.
Aromantic Pride Accessories
As the UK's fastest growing LGBTQ+ pride shop, we cater for the aromantic community with an ever-growing collection of aromantic pride accessories, merchandise and jewelry, including the aromantic pride flag, pin badges, bracelets and much more!
Alongside our growing collection of LGBTQ+ pride accessories, our range of aromantic clothing is constantly increasing. With few designs in t-shirts already, we're currently creating a broader collection of aromantic pride apparel including hoodies, sweatshirts and more!