Our partnerships with the European Pride Organisers Association (EPOA), ParaPride in the UK and Valentino Vecchietti (she/her), the creator of the Intersex-Inclusive Pride flag, are a testament to our shared commitment to advocacy and education, and we look forward to working together to create a more inclusive world.

Click here to read more about our Pride partnerships.

As part of this collaboration, we provide complimentary Sunflower Memberships to all Prides within EPOA’s network, enhancing accessibility and support for their organisations and events. In addition, a portion of our Sunflower Pride collection sales will be allocated to fund the purchase of Sunflower lanyards for smaller LGBTI+ organisations within their network, furthering Sunflower’s commitment to creating a more accepting and equitable world for all. 



Intersex-inclusive Pride Sunflower members

If you are an EPOA member:

  1. Please create a Sunflower account here
  2. You do not need to choose a Sunflower Membership when prompted - leave it on the default option and submit the form
  3. Contact [email protected], and we will process your complimentary Sunflower Membership

If you are not an EPOA member and are interested in becoming a Pride Sunflower member, please email us at [email protected].


About the Intersex-Inclusive Pride flag

The Intersex-Inclusive Pride flag was created by Valentino Vecchietti (she/her) in 2021 and subsequently became a global viral sensation.  It is a SOGIESC inclusive flag, representing persons with diverse sexual orientations, diverse gender identities and expressions, and those with diverse sex characteristics. Diverse sex characteristics refer to the intersex community.  Sex characteristics are a new category not previously included in our global Pride flag. Vecchietti’s flag also updated the rainbow stripes to explicitly include representation of diverse orientations such as asexual and aromantic.  This Pride flag respects and includes the intentions of the previous iterations of the Pride flags and includes representation for black, brown, people of colour, and Indigenous populations in the LGBTI+ community. As well as recognizing the continued stigma surrounding those living with HIV/AIDS and those we have lost to HIV/AIDS. Vecchiett’s Pride flag reflects the SOGIESC international human rights law: Yogyakarta Principles +10.

To learn more, visit The Global Inclusive Pride flag website