The collection is tied to “radical self-liberation,” which queer and trans people are finding new ways to embody and fight for in an age of heightened LGBTQ+ visibility. Examining the ways everything around us is gendered—self care and baths included—and flipping that on its head.
Those two stripes also represent those living with HIV/AIDS, people who have passed from the virus and the overall stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS that remains today.
Hot Pink symbolizes sex
Red equals life
Orange symbolizes healing
Yellow stands for sunlight
Green represents nature
Turquoise equals magic & art
Indigo stands for serenity
Violet represents the spirit of LGBTQ people
Black/Brown - More Color More Pride - represent marginalised BAME voices, and people of colour within the queer community
Pink/White/Blue while the pink, blue and white arrow shape represents the transgender community.