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Wisconsin Shaped Pride Stickers

$2.95
Perfect for your water bottle or water bottle, show your support for Wisconsin Pride with this Wisconsin-shaped sticker!
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The rainbow flag was popularized as a symbol of the gay community by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978. The different colors are often associated with diversity in the gay community. Pair this sticker with a book or tote bag for a great gift during Pride Month!


Dimensions: 3 inches by 3.13 inches.

The rainbow flag was popularized as a symbol of the gay community by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978. The different colors are often associated with diversity in the gay community. Pair this sticker with a book or tote bag for a great gift during Pride Month!


Dimensions: 3 inches by 3.13 inches.

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