Free LGBQT+ themed phone wallpaper backgrounds

Background, start screen, home screen — Phone wallpapers got many names. These FREE phone backgrounds are themed after a wide variety of LGBTQ+ (LGBT) pride flags.

Bisexuality-themed phone background with a couple holding hands Bisexuality-themed phone background

Bisexuality flag

A magenta, purple and blue flag originally designed in 1998 by Michael Page. These bi-themed mobile home screen features the three colors integrated throughout the whole picture, along with two people holding hands.

Gay-themed phone background Gay-themed phone background with a couple holding hands

Gay men's flag (Male homosexuality)

Green, blue and white colours the gay men's flag. The flag was originally designed in 2019 by GayFlagBlog. The colours are all integrated through out the design of backgrounds.

Lesbian-themed phone background with a couple holding hands Lesbian-themed phone background

Lesbian flag

The new lesbian pride flag features shades of orange, pink, and white. Designed in 2018 by Emily Gwen, this flag represents inclusivity and visibility for lesbians. The vibrant colors blend seamlessly in this mobile wallpaper, symbolizing love, community, and identity.

Pan-themed phone background Pan-themed phone background with a couple holding hands

Pansexuality pride flag

The pansexual pride flag, designed by Jasper V in 2010, showcases a vibrant color palette of pink, yellow, and blue. This mobile wallpaper embodies the essence of pansexuality, celebrating attraction beyond gender binaries. The flag's colors harmonize gracefully, symbolizing diversity, inclusivity, and fluidity.

Omnisexual-themed phone background with a couple holding hands Omnisexual-themed phone background

Omnisexual pride flag

The omnisexual pride flag, introduced in 2015, features stripes of pink, purple and blue. Designed by Pastelroswell, this flag represents attraction regardless of gender or gender identity. The colors blend seamlessly in this mobile wallpaper, symbolizing acceptance, diversity, and inclusivity within the omnisexual community.

Intersex-themed phone background

Intersex background

The intersex pride flag, created in 2013 by Morgan Carpenter of Intersex Human Rights Australia, consists of yellow and purple circles on a lavender background. This mobile wallpaper proudly displays the flag's symbolic colors, representing intersex people's right to bodily autonomy and self-determination. The vibrant design embodies the intersex community's resilience, visibility, and advocacy for human rights.

Transgender-themed phone background

Transgender pride

The transgender pride flag, designed by Monica Helms in 1999, features stripes of blue, pink, and white. This mobile wallpaper showcases the flag's symbolic colors, representing the transgender community's journey of transition, diversity, and inclusivity. The colors blend seamlessly, symbolizing hope, visibility, and acceptance for transgender individuals worldwide.

Enby-themed phone background

Enby / Non-binary

The non-binary pride flag, created in 2014 by Kye Rowan, features a yellow stripe representing non-binary genders, a white stripe representing those with many or all genders, and a purple stripe representing those with a mixture of both binary genders. This mobile wallpaper embraces the flag's vibrant colors, symbolizing inclusivity, diversity, and visibility for non-binary individuals.

Ace Asexual-themed phone background

Ace / Asexual

The asexual pride flag, designed by AVEN user "standup" in 2010, consists of four horizontal stripes: black, gray, white, and purple. This mobile wallpaper incorporates the iconic ace of spades symbol, representing asexuality and the community's identity. The flag's colors and emblem blend seamlessly, symbolizing diversity, visibility, and acceptance within the asexual community.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

To set your phone background/wallpaper on Android, download the desired image to your phone by tapping and holding your finger on the image, then selecting "Download" from the options that appear. Please note that the process may vary slightly depending on your Android device and version.

  1. Open Settings: Tap on the "Settings" app from your app drawer or home screen.
  2. Select Display: Scroll down and tap on "Display" or "Display & Brightness", depending on your device.
  3. Choose Wallpaper: Tap on "Wallpaper" or "Wallpaper & Theme".
  4. Select Wallpaper: Choose the location of the wallpaper you want to set - "Gallery", "Wallpapers", or "Live Wallpapers".
  5. Choose Image: Browse through your images or wallpapers and select the one you want to use.
  6. Set Wallpaper: Tap "Set Wallpaper" or "Set".
  7. Choose Screen: Select whether you want to set the wallpaper for your "Home Screen", "Lock Screen", or both.
  8. Adjust (if necessary): Depending on your device, you may be able to adjust the position or size of the wallpaper.
  9. Apply: Tap "Apply", "Set Wallpaper", or "Done" to confirm your selection.

Your wallpaper will now be set as you've chosen on your Android device!

To set your phone background/wallpaper on iPhone, first download the desired image to your phone by touching and holding your finger on the image, then choosing "Download" from the options that appear.

  1. Open Settings: Tap on the "Settings" app on your iPhone's home screen.
  2. Choose Wallpaper: Scroll down and tap on "Wallpaper".
  3. Select New Wallpaper: Tap on "Choose a New Wallpaper".
  4. Choose Source: Select where you want to choose your wallpaper from - "Camera Roll", "Favorites", or "Recents".
  5. Select Image: Browse through your photos or albums and select the image you want to set as your wallpaper.
  6. Adjust: You can pinch to zoom in or out to adjust the image.
  7. Set: After adjusting, tap "Set".
  8. Set as Wallpaper: Choose whether you want to set the image for your Lock Screen, Home Screen, or both.
  9. Confirm: Tap "Set Lock Screen", "Set Home Screen", or "Set Both", depending on your preference.

Your wallpaper will now be set as you've chosen!

No. These are strictly for personal use, and as the different pride flags is under different licenses I will not be putting it up for sale on merch either.

Not currently, they may become available in the future.

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