The Rubber pride flag was designed in 1994 by Peter Tolos and Scott Moats to represent the latex / rubber community.
The black represents “the lust for the look and feel of shiny black rubber”, the red represents “the passion (in their blood) for rubber and rubbermen” and the yellow represents “the drive for intense rubber play and fantasies”. Instead of the traditional horizontal stripes the colors are shaped in a chevron, which represents kinkiness.

The flag has two metal eyelets on the short side for easy attachment to a flag pole.

Material: 100% Polyester