Nothing but Pride Flags Posted on June 4, 2021 by arianeb 2 comments Thought I’d do something different this year for pride month. I want to show off some of my characters wearing their pride flags, and nothing else. Here is a slideshow gallery: This is Pizza Guy Evan, introduced in Date Ariane, and also appears in Rachel Meets Ariane and Hopepunk City. He is canonically gay. The “pride” flag that represents the whole of the LGBTQ community, is also the “Gay” flag.Wendy is holding the flag representing racial and sexual minorities. It’s the pride flag with added black and brown stripes (obviously designed by someone who knows their resistor color codes), to represent racial minorities who are also LGBTQ. I have not established Wendy’s sexuality, but I have always thought of her as being mixed race. Lydia is holding the Lesbian pride flag. Introduced in “Something In The Air” as a lesbian singer/songwriter, she also plays a role in “Rachel Meets Ariane”.Maya is a new African American character I am introducing in “Hopepunk City”, and spoilers, she is aromantic (like me) she is holding that flag. Rachel was introduced in “Something’s In The Air”, but discovered in “Rachel Meets Ariane” that she is asexual, which is the flag she is holding.I don’t really have any canonical trans characters in any of my stories, but at least two trans people have complimented me on letting players of “Ariane in Paradise” pick any gender they want. So I put them in bed together and draped the trans pride flag over them.It is pretty safe to say Ariane is bisexual or pansexual. The “Bi” (2 in Greek) in bisexuality doesn’t mean only male/female genders, but rather means two orientations: “hetero” or “homo”, while “pansexual” (pan is “all” in Greek) means attracted to all genders. I’m not entirely sure I understand the difference, but people can identify how they want and have it mean what they want. I gave Ariane the pansexual flag here only because it looks prettier. Share this:RedditTumblrEmailFacebookPrintPinterestPocketWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... tagged with pride flags, Pride Month Poser 3D Art
The flags flow very natural.
I love seeing people that agree with me that the pan flag is better than the bi flag. My aversion to the bi flag literally made me look into alternative labels for myself, which lead me to pan. It makes me feel valid when people say the pan flag is pretty, so thank you