A few notes about this design:
Please remember that this is a stylized design meant to emulate a mathematical equal sign. The significantly smaller amount of white in the design is in no way a slight to the original trans pride flag design by Monica Helms, nor to the non-binary folks for whom the white is representative. It is merely functional, in that I had to find a way to incorporate three colors into two bars.
In fact, I always intended this design to go on white shirts, white posters, white mugs, etc., so that the negative space left between the bars of the equal sign would be filled with white, and the entire thing would be on a field of white, thereby completing the three colors of the pride flag.
I realized later, however, that it may be useful to be able to put the logo on other colors as well, so I added the white splatters to make sure that non-binary folks are not erased from the design, and it can still function on black, gray, navy or other dark colors.
Furthermore, the color splats overlapping one another - pink into blue, white into blue/pink, blue into pink, etc. - was an intentional way to represent the wider spectrum of transgender people. We are not all just jumping to the other side of a binary. Some trans men like makeup; some trans women rock short hair; some non-binary folks sprinkle in a little bit of everything! Everyone has different levels of comfort and acceptance about their bodies, too. We all express our deeply felt sense of self in different ways across a wide spectrum of what is considered masculine & feminine, and even all the space in between.
It's all wonderful and beautiful and valid, and so are you!
I hope that if you like this design, you'll feel confident wearing it as a way to show your pride and demand your rights!
A few more notes of transparency:
The actual production cost for these shirts is $12.53. I set the price at $16.00 for two reasons.
1) I just bought a house in August, and being a homeowner is way more difficult and expensive than I anticipated. I also work in the non-profit/ministry field, so I don't get paid as much as my commercial design counterparts. A few extra dollars is going to make a big difference for me.
2) I would like to be able to sell enough of these to be able to make a small donation at least to the Ally Moms at Stand With Trans http://standwithtrans.org/donate/ and perhaps to my local Pride Center.
Also, I chose this particular Bella Canvas shirt because I own a couple of them, and it has soft, comfortable, high-quality fabric & stitching, and the unisex fit is actually flattering for men and women. It also washes well, so I know you'll get a shirt you'll feel good about buying.