Asexual people do not usually experience sexual attraction or desire. Asexuality is a spectrum at one end of which there is a complete lack of sexual attraction (asexual) and at the other end of which there is sexual attraction (allosexual). People who fall between the two ends of the spectrum are commonly referred to as Grey Ace and may be sexually attracted to some people (e.g. people with whom they have an emotional relationship, rather than strangers such as celebrities or eye candy).

The asexual Pride flag was formalised in 2010 after an online vote by members of various asexual communities.

Meaning of the colours:

Black stands for asexuality
White stands for allosexuality (presence of sexual attraction)
Grey stands for the grey aces in the asexual spectrum
Purple represents the community, as the AVEN (Asexual Visibility and Education Network) website had a purple colour scheme


In Luxembourg, there is actually no such thing as Pride Month. We have a Pride Week that takes place every year in July. Click on Luxembourg Pride to get all the information about it.


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Black = Asexuality
Grey = Grey Ace
White = Allosexuality
Purple = Community