Aporagender pride flag colors - pink, blue, purple and yellow - hex codes and Pantone® values.
Aporagender people identify themselves as “other”. They do not conform to any of the existing genders – male, female and anything in between. The term has its root in Greek apor, meaning separate and was coined in 2014.
The Aporagender pride flag consists of five equal horizontal stripes. The top and the bottom are pink and blue, respectively, and denote, though stereotypically, as female (pink) and male (blue). These colors have been segregated to the ends of the flag to show how different Aporagender is from these binary gender categories. The middle of the flag has a yellow stripe which is sandwiched by purple stripes. The yellow signifies how different aporagender is from both male female and anything in between (purple/mauve).
The closest Pantone® values of pink, blue, purple (or mauve) and yellow are 231 C, 630 C, 250 C and 602 C, respectively. The hex codes along with the equivalent RGB values are in the table. The CMYK numbers have been calculated from the hexadecimal code.