The Rubber/Latex Pride Flag (3ft x 5ft Premium)

The Rubber/Latex Pride Flag (5ft x 3ft Premium)

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The Rubber/Latex Pride Flag, features black, red and yellow with a chevron. It was designed by Peter Tolos and Scott Moats in 1994, as a means to "identifying like-minded men and reflects the sensory, sensual, and mental passion we have for rubber."

This flag is 3 feet high by 5 feet wide (150cm x 90cm). The meanings of the colours and symbols are:

  • Black - represents "our lust for the look and feel for shiny black rubber/latex."
  • Red - represents "our blood passion for rubber and rubbermen."
  • Yellow - represents "our drive for intense rubber play and fantasies."
  • The chevron - represent kinkiness.

    A polyester flag which has the side grommets (that's the term apparently!) to attach with rope to a flag pole, with a double stitched hem.

    Made from water resistant polyester.

    Need to be discreet? No problem! Everything is sent out in plain packaging.

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