Freedom rings

Freedom rings, designed by David Spada, are six aluminum rings, each in one of the colors of the rainbow flag. They were released in 1991.[1] Symbolizing happiness and diversity, these rings are worn by themselves or as part of necklaces, bracelets, and key chains.[1]

They have also been referred to as:

Variants

  • Bi Pride Freedom Rings, are three rings, each in one of the colors of the Bisexual pride flag (pink, purple, and blue).[5]
  • Heart with Rainbow Rings, red metal heart with freedom rings attached.[4]
  • Leather Pride Ring(s), similar to Leather Pride flag, but with 5 rings (black, blue, white with red heart attached, blue, black) instead of the flag's nine stripes.[6]

References

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