Achillean Flag 2
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In ancient Rome, as in 19th-century England, green indicated gay affiliations. Victorian men would often pin a green carnation on their lapel as popularized by author Oscar Wilde, who often wore one on his lapel.

Achillean Flag 1
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Blue - joy
Carnations - Worn by victorian men on their lapels, popularized by Oscar Wilde.
Green indicating gay affiliations.

Achillean (mlm) is a term within the Juvelic System of Sexuality defined as "a term to describe men, partial men, or male-aligned people who are attracted to other men, partial men, or male-aligned people. It is not necessarily synonymous with gay because people who are bi, pan, ace, etc can also use it as long as they fit the above statement."1

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History of the term

Achillean was coined before June 23, 2016 by unknown. The first flag was created on that date by tumblr user pridenpositivity.2 The flag second flag was created on October 5, 2016 by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.3

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