Although this wasn’t what inspired the Daughters of Bilitis to include a black triangle on their emblem, it is interesting that it happened to be one of the first examples of its reclamation and use of something positive.
Much like the word “lesbian,” the historically negative affiliation with the black triangle was turned into a way to show pride and identity. Well, to look at what inspired other flags, Michael Page created the bisexual flag using pink to represent same-sex attraction, blue to represent opposite sex attraction and purple in the middle to represent “sexual attraction to both sexes.”Trans flag designer Monica Helms says the light blue stripes represent “the traditional color for baby boys” while the pink is for girls.
They should not be construed as definitive and are not intended to take precedence over the judgment of psychologists.
Practice guidelines essentially involve recommendations to professionals regarding their conduct and the issues to be considered in particular areas of psychological practice.
Either way your outback will be rocking and throbbing 2night.The rainbow flag, created by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978, sought to represent different things with each colored stripe (hot pink: sexuality (later removed because of lack of fabric availability); red: life; orange: healing; yellow: sunlight; green: nature; turquoise: magic/art; indigo/blue: serenity/harmony; violet: spirit).Of course, none of these qualities are gay male specific (nor are they even “gay” specific), so the rainbow could effectively seek to represent lesbians as well.The guidelines are intended to inform the practice of psychologists and to provide information for the education and training of psychologists regarding LGB issues.The following links go to the page that includes the particular section, guideline or accompanying document: Introduction Attitudes Toward Homosexuality and Bisexuality Guideline 1.