Pride Flag

  • Building Orders Woman to Remove Gay Flag, Allows Neighbors to Keep Decorations

    (EDGE) A woman from San Jose, Calif. is crying foul this week after officials from her building ordered her to remove a rainbow LGBT Pride flag, citing a policy against outdoor decorations, but didn't force neighbors to take down their Christmas decorations.

  • First Permanent Transgender Flag Crosswalk to Pave Canada Street

    It may just be the best place to march for trans pride.

  • Gilbert Baker (1951-2017): Pride Flag creator dies at 65

    Hundreds gathered in San Francisco's Castro District on Friday night, March 31, only a few hours after news broke that Gilbert Baker had died at age 65. The Castro was the neighborhood where, in 1978, Baker created the iconic Rainbow Flag, now the worldwide symbol for LGBT equality and pride. Baker meant for the flag's colors to represent the diversity of LGBT people.

  • Group Launches First Ever Pride Flag Into Space

    Planting Peace, the rights activists responsible for painting a rainbow house across from the site of the homophobic Westboro Baptist Church, is at it again to claim space for the gays.

  • Nebraska man faces two years in prison for burning rainbow flag

    Omaha, Neb. (AP) – An Omaha man accused of stealing a gay pride rainbow flag and burning it has been found guilty.

  • OpEd: Pride is More Than a Flag

    Publisher’s Note: This unsigned SFGN editorial ran in our May 5 newspaper. I’ve decided to rerun it since Wilton Manors installed their permanent Pride flag last week. But this editorial is a reminder that pride is more than just a flag.

  • Pride Flag Installation Ceremony

    City officials will raise the Pride Flag permanently at Jaycee Park in a ceremony on Tuesday, May 24 at 6:15 p.m. City commissioners approved the permanent display of the Pride Flag at Jaycee Park, located across from city hall on the corner of Wilton Drive and Northeast 21 Court, as a symbol of the LGBT community and the impact it has made on the city.

  • Rainbow Flag Creator Gilbert Baker Dies at 65

    (WB) Gilbert Baker, the creator of the Rainbow Flag, which has become internationally recognized as the symbol of the modern LGBT rights movement, died on Friday, March 31 of natural causes at his home in New York City. He was 65.

  • Rainbow Flag Creator Honored with Pride Font

    Show off your pride in a new and creative way.

  • Rainbow Flag Stomped Outside Congressman's Office

    U.S. Capitol Police are investigating an incident on March 15, in which a visitor to a congressional office building in Washington removed a rainbow flag hanging from the wall beside the door to the office of Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.) and repeatedly stepped on the flag.