Pink Triangle Magnet
The Nazi regime divided concentration camp prisoners into specific categories reflected visually by colored, triangular patches sewn into their uniforms. This intentional separation and identification of specific groups of people inside of the concentration camps resulted in even worse treatment and conditions for those identified as part of smaller minority groups, such as gay men.
Gay men were forced to wear a pink triangle.
This 2” x 3” full-color magnet can be displayed as a remembrance to the thousands of gay men persecuted and murdered by the Nazi regime between 1933–1945.