Monnaie de Paris commemorates the 10th anniversary of marriage for all law, which represents a step forward in terms of equal rights and recognition of the diversity of couples and families. Produced in partnership with SOS Homophobie, this project is part of a fight against LGBTIphobia and for equality between all people, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Used for the first time in 1978 at the Gay Pride of San Francisco, the flag of the LGBT+ movement draws its inspiration from the shades of the rainbow, reflecting by diffraction all the colors of the human race. The two rainbows intersect in the form of the infinite, emphasizing the diversity of the human race. The colors on the bottom of the coin correspond to the colors of the "flag of progress", presenting a five-color chevron: black and brown represent marginalized people of color, and white, pink and light blue reflect the colors of the Transgender Pride flag.