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The Portland-based designer felt that the six-striped LGBT flag ought to be visually separated from the more recent red stripes as a result of their distinction in significance, in addition to to \"shift emphasis and also emphasis to what is essential in our present area climate.\"

He claims the major section of the flag includes the six-stripe flag so regarding not remove from the preliminary significance, while the extra elements form an arrow form that points to the right, to stand for \"ahead movement\". They are positioned along the left side of the flag to state that \"progress still requires to be made.\"

Quasar really hopes that his layout will put higher emphasis on addition and progression. \"We need to always keep progress progressing in all elements of our area,\" he said.

\" When the Satisfaction flag was recreated in the in 2014 to consist of both black as well as brownish red stripes in addition to the trans stripes included this year, I intended to see if there can be more emphasis in the design of the flag to provide it extra significance,\" Quasar discussed.

\" The preliminary suggestion was important since I felt like I could bring something to the table when it involved the way the flag was shifting within the area. I am a designer and I wished to make a [favorable] change where I saw there was a chance.\"

\" We still have onward movement to make. There still is job to be done. I wished to highlight that,\" he continued.