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RGB Keyboard Colors for Pride

June is Pride Month in the US, but you can come home to a Prideful RGB gaming setup wherever you are and whenever you need it.


As Pride Month approaches, the vibrant colors of the rainbow will soon adorn cities, homes, and digital spaces around the world. It is a time to honor and celebrate the diverse LGBTQ+ community, promoting equality, love, and acceptance. In this spirit, we are thrilled to share all profits generated from our For Pride Collection will be donated to the It Gets Better Project through the month of June.

Pride isn't about sales though. We wanted to share some LGBT RGB color schemes for your keyboard feel more welcoming and Prideful every time you sit down to game or work.

If you need a bit more of an overview before going further into these color schemes, check out our keyboard RGB guide.

With that said, let's decorate our gaming space for Pride!

Traditional Pride Flag

Traditional Pride flag

Home at every Pride Parade, the iconic rainbow flag represents the diversity and unity of the LGBTQ+ community. Each color symbolizes important aspects such as life, healing, sunlight, nature, harmony, and spirit.

Colors Used

  • Red: FF0000

  • Orange: FF6600

  • Yellow: FFFF00

  • Green: 00FF00

  • Blue: 0000FF

  • Violet: 7F00FF

Transgender Pride Flag

Transgender flag keyboard

This version of the transgender pride flag was created by Monica Helms in 1999. Helms purposefully chose the pattern so that the flag would look the same regardless of direction, symbolizing transgender individuals trying to find correctness in their own lives.

Colors Used

  • Light Blue: 00BFFF

  • Light Pink: FF69B4

  • White: FFFFFF

Lesbian Pride Flag

Lesbian Pride Flag

This version of the Lesbian Pride Flag was created by blogger Emily Gwen in 2018. With many shades of red to orange to purple, it represents the togetherness of feminine and masculine expressing lesbians, and gender non-conforming or transgender lesbians.

Colors Used

  • Red-Orange: FA000B

  • Orange: C24800

  • Pale Orange: FF771A

  • White: FFFFFF

  • Pale Orchid: FF249A

  • Orchid: FF0A86

Gay Men's Pride Flag

Gay men pride flag

Turquoise to green colors represent community, healing, and joy.

White represents gender nonconforming, non-binary, and transgender folks.

Blue to purple colors represent pure love, fortitude, and diversity.

Colors Used

  • Turquoise: 00DBAC

  • Green: 26CEAA

  • Pale Green: 98E8C1

  • White: 00FF00

  • Pale Blue: DCB3EB

  • Purple: 7B68EE

Bi Pride Flag

Bi pride flag

Created by activist Michael Page in 1998, this bisexual pride flag showcases pink, purple, and blue stripes which seem to blend into one another, symbolizing attraction to both same and different genders, as well as the fluidity and visibility of bisexual individuals.

Colors Used

  • Pink: D60071

  • Purple: 9B59B6

  • Blue: 0038A8

Nonbinary Pride Flag

Nonbinary flag

The non-binary pride flag by Designer Kye Rowan in 2014 comprises horizontal stripes of yellow, white, purple, and black. The yellow stripe represents genders outside the traditional binary, white represents people with many or all genders, purple represents a combination of male and female, and black represents those who identify as agender or without gender.

  • Yellow: FFFF00

  • White: FFFFFF

  • Purple: 800080

  • Black: 333333

Intersex Pride Flag

Intersex pride flag

Created by Morgan Carpenter in 2013, the colors represent freedom from gender association, with a purple circle which is "unbroken and unornamented, symbolizing wholeness and completeness, and our potentialities."

Colors Used

  • Yellow: FFEA00

  • Purple: 800080

Asexual Flag

Asexual pride flag

The 2010 Asexual Flag serves as a powerful symbol of visibility, recognition, and pride. It helps foster understanding, awareness, and acceptance of asexuality as a valid and legitimate sexual orientation, promoting inclusivity within the LGBTQ+ community and society at large.

Colors Used

  • Black: Single color, 333333

  • Gray: Single color, 888888

  • White: Single color, FFFFFF

  • Purple: Single color, 800080

Bonus: Straight Ally Symbol

Straight ally flag

The Straight Ally Symbol serves as a visible display of solidarity and support. It helps to identify and recognize straight allies in various settings, such as events, organizations, or online platforms.

Colors Used

  • Black: Single color, 333333

  • White: Single color, FFFFFF

  • Red: Single color, FF0000

  • Orange: Single color, FF6600

  • Yellow: Single color, FFFF00

  • Green: Single color, 00FF00

  • Blue: Single color, 0000FF

  • Violet: Single color, 9900FF


We hope that these Pride-themed RGB presets give your keyboard a fun (and free) look to enjoy Pride wherever you game!

Supporting It Gets Better Project

It Gets Better Project

The donations support the It Gets Better Project, which provides critical support and hope to millions of LGBTQ+ youth around the world through storytelling and media.

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