The handkerchief code is a color-coded system, employed usually among the
gay male ... Bandanas might be worn in the front or back pocket, tied around the
neck (with the knot positioned on either th...
Historically, a bandana placed in a back pocket indicated that the wearer was
gay, or what is now called a member of the GLBTQ community. The bandana
Socks (Color, Symbol). Bandana (Color, hanging out of pocket). Eyebrows, Hair (
Shaved, Razor cuts). Color of Clothing (Dominant color, excessive color).
Sep 28, 2008 ... I used to wear a black bandana out of the back pocket of my jeans, but about ... In
the gay world bandannas hold different meaning esp. with the ...
For example, a person flagging a red bandana in the left back pocket indicates
that they are a fisting top – red signifies fisting – meaning that they will perform ...
Jun 17, 2009 ... I'm so sartorially clueless that when I spot a gay guy wearing a brown hanky in
the left pocket, I usually think, "Fashionable!" But of course what ...
There's a guy who works in the building, and he's always got a red handkerchief
in his left back pocket. There would be nothing at all unusual ...
It symbolizes membership in a gang. if it is black, red, pink,gold, brown it is a
People nation affiliate. if it is blue, gray, orange, purple it is crip or folk nation.
A bandana worn in the left rear pocket of the pants. These are usually worn by
gangstas, rappers, and people who are influenced by rap music. I've only seen ...
A green bandana / flag is worn by the Bay Area Crips (BAC) on the left pocket.
They usually wear black and green to represent the Hyphy Movement.