The rainbow flag emoji, also known as the gay pride emoji, can be found in the flag section of emojis or at any pride festival. It shows a small waving flag with a rainbow of horizontal stripes, and is often used in relation to the LGBTQ+ community.
Codepoints: 1F3F3 FE0F 200D 1F308
Introduced: June, 2014 in Unicode version 7.0.0 (Emoji version 4.0)
This blue, pink, and white flag is the transgender flag. It represents pride for transgender identity. Just like how we take pride in our countries, we can take pride in our sexual and gender identities, too!
The flag of American Samoa emoji depicts a white triangle with a red border pointing to the left, over a blue background. A picture of a bald eagle with a war club and a fly-whisk in its talons is centered within the triangle.
I surrender! The White Flag emoji is best used when you have given up on a conversation or want to express that the other person has won. You can also use it sarcastically if you are the one who is winning the conversation, but want to joke that the other person has won.
The Nicaragua flag emoji shows a blue background with a white stripe centered across the flag horizontally. In the center of the white stripe is a yellow outlined triangle with a rainbow and mountains displayed on the triangle. The name of the state is outlining the triangle.
The Papau New Guinea flag emoji shows a rectangular flag divided into 2 separate triangles. The bottom left triangle is a black background with 5 white stars. The top right triangle displays a red background with a yellow bird.