Size: 3 X 5 Fts, Approximately 90 X 150 CM
Material: 100% Polyester
Weight: 85g Per Pc
Packing: 1 pc / Poly Bag
In 2009, AVEN members participated in the first asexual entry into an American pride parade when they walked in the San Francisco Pride Parade.In August 2010, after a period of debate over having an asexual flag and how to set up a system to create one, and contacting as many asexual communities as possible, a flag was announced as the asexual pride flag by one of the teams involved. The final flag had been a popular candidate and had previously seen use in online forums outside of AVEN. The final vote was held on a survey system outside of AVEN where the main flag creation efforts were organized. The flag colors have been used in artwork and referenced in articles about asexuality.The flag consists of four horizontal stripes: black, grey, white, and purple from top to bottom. The black stripe represents asexuality, the grey stripe representing the grey-area between sexual and asexual, the white stripe sexuality, and the purple stripe community.
Asexuality is sometimes called ace (a phonetic shortening of "asexual"), while the community is sometimes called the ace community, by researchers or asexuals.Because there is significant variation among people who identify as asexual, asexuality can encompass broad definitions.Researchers generally define asexuality as the lack of sexual attraction or the lack of sexual interest,but their definitions vary; they may use the term "to refer to individuals with low or absent sexual desire or attractions, low or absent sexual behaviors, exclusively romantic non-sexual partnerships, or a combination of both absent sexual desires and behaviors".Self-identification as asexual may also be a determining factor.
The Asexual Visibility and Education Network defines an asexual as "someone who does not experience sexual attraction" and stated, "another small minority will think of themselves as asexual for a brief period of time while exploring and questioning their own sexuality" and that "there is no litmus test to determine if someone is asexual. Asexuality is like any other identity – at its core, it's just a word that people use to help figure themselves out. If at any point someone finds the word asexual useful to describe themselves, we encourage them to use it for as long as it makes sense to do so."
Asexual people, though lacking sexual attraction to any gender, might engage in purely romantic relationships, while others might not.There are asexual-identified individuals who report that they feel sexual attraction but not the inclination to act on it because they have no true desire or need to engage in sexual or non-sexual activity, while other asexuals engage in cuddling or other non-sexual physical activity.Some asexuals participate in sexual activity out of curiosity.Some may masturbate as a solitary form of release, while others do not feel a need to do so.
With regard to sexual activity in particular, the need or desire for masturbation is commonly referred to as sex drive by asexuals and they disassociate it from sexual attraction and being sexual; asexuals who masturbate generally consider it to be a normal product of the human body and not a sign of latent sexuality, and may not even find it pleasurable.Some asexual men are unable to get an erection and sexual activity by attempting penetration is impossible for them.Asexuals also differ in their feelings toward performing sex acts: some are indifferent and may have sex for the benefit of a romantic partner; others are more strongly averse to the idea, though they do not typically dislike people for having sex.
Many people who identify as asexual also identify with other labels. These other identities include how they define their gender and their romantic orientation.They will oftentimes integrate these characteristics into a greater label that they identify with. Regarding romantic or emotional aspects of sexual orientation or sexual identity, for example, asexuals may identify as heterosexual, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer,or by the following terms to indicate that they associate with the romantic, rather than sexual, aspects of sexual orientation
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Q: How many colors can I print?
A:We can print in full digital colors, so use as many colors as you like.
Q: Can you design and make a custom made flag for me?
A: Yes，we can! We encourage you to contact our sales representatives and give us all the necessary information to calculate an exact appraisal for your custom flag order. Our design team will make this easier for you.
Q: Will the color of my artwork on my computer screen appear the same in print?
A: The end print result may vary from what you seen on your screen due to different monitor calibrations. Some colors may not exactly match the colors shown on your computer screen.