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Neurodiversity Infinity Pride Flag

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$53.00

Fabric

Our Durapoly Flag is a Knitted Polyester fabric that is fast-drying, fray and winkle-resistant, making it easy to maintain for long periods. This product is meant for you if you are looking for bright colours on the fine details. It can be used in both indoor and outdoor flagpoles.

Delivery

This item is crafted specifically for you upon order, with a production time of 5 to 7 business days, excluding shipping.

Standard Canada Post shipping (5-9 business days)
Expedited Canada Post shipping (3-5 business days)

Product Description

The Neurodiversity Pride flag, featuring the rainbow infinity symbol, was originally created by advocates of neurodiversity to represent Autistic Pride Day on June 18th, 2005 by Aspies for Freedom. This symbol represents the infinite variations and possibilities of diversity. Over time, the rainbow infinity symbol has become widely recognized and embraced. During Autism Acceptance Month (formerly Autism Awareness Month) in April, the symbol was used on social media platforms such as Twitter to show support for Autism Acceptance.

Show your support for individuals with Neurodiversity Flag today!

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Size72" x 36" (3' x 6')
MaterialDurapoly/ Knitted Polyester
FinishingTape Header with Grommets
Double-needles 3 sided
4 rows of stitching on the fly end
SpecificationsConstructed using 110 gsm Polyknit, the most durable fabric in our Polyester line

Digitally printed single-sided with an 80% colour penetration on the backside. A bright appearance with a tough and sturdy touch

Sewn with strong, UV thread on a thick, white tape header

Product satisfaction guaranteed
Made inCanada
Featuring the rainbow infinity symbol, Autistic Pride

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Nicole Corrado
Great flag to represent my culture

This flag was created by fellow Autistic persons. It represents my autism by showing an infinite number of possibilities.

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Nicole Corrado
Great flag to represent my culture

This flag was created by fellow Autistic persons. It represents my autism by showing an infinite number of possibilities.