Make this holiday season extra holly and jolly by shopping LGBTQ+-owned brands. On this list you’ll find gifts for your friends in the LGBTQ+ community (like a keepsake book designed with same-sex parents in mind) to items everyone will love, like a sassy candle or the softest adult-sized onesie, plus many of the brands on this list give back to charity. Happy shopping!
A tote to take you from the farmer’s market to the library to an outdoor hang. You can never have too many bags, and this one is 100% cotton and it represents BLK MKT Vintage, awesome vintage and antique store in Brooklyn that celebrates Black history.
You can customize this ring with your friend’s initials or their favorite word (and if you do just one letter, the price drops to $129). Automatic Gold is a queer, trans-owned brand and their jewelry is known for being comfortable and gender and size-inclusive and this ring is available in sizes 2-16.
For the friend who likes to add some flair to their denim jacket or backpack comes this cool rainbow mountain patch. It serves as a reminder that there’s still work to be done in gaining true equality for LGBTQ+ people, and while it’s great to celebrate wins, there’s still more mountain to climb in the pursuit of justice.
Handmade by Athenia Teng of Etsy store, Two Roots Shop, these polymer clay earrings are unique and beautiful, and the colors are hand-blended from scratch. Show & Tell practices radical acceptance and celebration of LGBTQA+ people, people of color, women, and other marginalized communities, and it’s a great store to support this season.
Masks make a great stocking stuffer, and these 100% cotton masks follow CDC guidelines and they come in the coolest prints. You’ll be supporting HauteButch, a company that’s queer Black-owned and makes masculine clothing that’s expertly tailored to fit women’s bodies.
Baby Book Gift Box Set
Perfect for same-sex couples who are expecting a baby, this baby milestones book uses the gender-neutral “parent” instead of “mom” and “dad.” The sweet keepsake book includes stickers, space for photos, and room at the back to glue in personal mementos.
This nameplate necklace displays Queer pride and it’s coated in 24K gold. It looks gorgeous on its own or stacked with a bunch of other dainty necklaces. A portion of proceeds from A Tribe Called Queer sales to go to organizations like Black Lives Matter and ProjectQ.
The friend that’s using quarantine to get in touch with their inner artist will love this beautiful watercolor set. It comes in a sleek wooden box, with a brush, and a laminated lid for mixing colors. Just add a pretty blank notebook to complete the gift.
Here For The Burn candles come with cheeky sayings on the vessel like “As If!” (for the Clueless fans) or “Thank U, Next” a true 2020 catchphrase. You can choose from two scents: Mango Guava which smells like a tropical paradise, or Spices & Evergreen, a fresh, piney scent.
For the friend who’s going big on the “comfort and joy” part of the holidays comes this adult onesie. This year is a big one for loungewear, and this supersoft one-piece is perfect for a WFH home vibe, plus it’s available in sizes XS-4X.
The wild feminists in your life will get a kick out of this luxe unisex tee. It’s 100% cotton and pre-shrunk so it won’t shrink when it’s washed. Wildfang is female-founded and donates to reproductive, immigrant, and women’s/human rights organizations, so this is a gift you can feel good about giving.
Liquid Lipstick Set
A trio of matte liquid lipsticks in a bold red, a bright rosy pink, and a fiery coral orange. Fluide products are vegan, cruelty-free and paraben-free, they’re gender-inclusive and celebrate queer beauty.
Perfect for storing utensils or even to use as a mini handbag, this basket is made by weavers in Pacasmayo, Peru. It’s made of recycled yarn in a gorgeous palette of neutrals and a light blue. Minna is a queer-led business that carries ethically-made products.
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