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According to the University of Northern Colorado, Marilyn Roxie created the genderqueer Pride flag in 2011. Initially, it was "intended to represent all nonbinary and genderqueer people," but in 2014, Kye Rowan made the dedicated nonbinary flag to reflect the identity of that community.
The use of lavender is meant as a combination of pink and blue, symbolizing a mixture of male and female. Conversely, the dark green is meant to stand for people who identify beyond the gender binary, and stand as the opposite of lavender. The white signifies agenderism.