Support queer-owned Seattle businesses and producers with this limited-edition box of eight tasty local foodstuffs. Think Marination’s beloved Liliko'i Caramel Sauce, Broadcast Coffee Roasters’ Breaker One 9 Blend, and Hot Dame!Chile Pepper Cocktail Shrub.
The original Enby was the first completely genderless sex toy, with almost endless ways for every body to use it. The Enby 2 is available now, with a longer battery life and more powerful motor that's completely submersible.
Whether you opt for rainbow, confetti, or the colors of whatever LGBTQ flag best suits you, a custom glitter vinyl clutch is a super fun way to make a statement.
$24 and up
Queer mother, activist, award-winning author, and former poetry critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, Diana Whitney, compiled this thoughtful poetry anthology, including works from Mary Merium, Stephanie Burt, Andrea Gibson, Rachel Wiley, Joshua Jennifer Espinoza, Nikita Gill, and many more – grappling with questions of gender, sexuality, harassment, and pain while also celebrating beauty, risk, and making mistakes.
Ages 12-18; Grades 6-12; Paperback; $14.95
This colorful set gives new meaning to “Rainbow Connection.” Whether you’re a bondage newbie or well-versed kinkster, this 8-piece set comes with two wrist cuffs, two ankle cuffs, two chain clips, a leash, and a collar, to make restraint play happy and bright.
Packaged in soft colors and conceived beyond the gender binary, Boy Smells makes loving your identity a daily ritual. Co-founders and real-life partners Matthew Herman and David Kien created Boy Smells as items they'd want to use on a daily basis and products that were fluid and essential.
Lesbian and queer community activist Keira Evans runs Candy Goblins, a quirky earring brand based in Wales. These transgender themed candy earrings come in the trans pride colors, and benefit Trans Aid Cymru, a transgender mutual aid based in Cardiff that Evans volunteers with.
£6 (about $8.50 US)
Back in 1994, The Baroness made her mark as the first designer of her kind in New York City. Nearly three decades later, you can walk into their East Village boutique and find classic latex rubber and kinky couture suited for both masc and femme clientele.
Get into that ass with these bright, attention-grabbing plugs that pop under UV light from gay-boy couple owned Happy Hole Toys. Whether you like it small, medium, or large, there’s a body-safe silicone girth for every butt. Shope quick! During June, all Pride plugs are 10% off.
Relax, Pride, and chill with Sunday Scaries’ sweet rainbow CBD candy flags. One dollar from each pouch of fun, feel-good candy benefits The Trevor Project, a nonprofit that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ+ youth. The organization is very dear to co-founder Mike Sill, whose sister died by suicide in 2011.
Queer-owned company, TomboyX, makes gender-inclusive underwear that's not confined by labels or expectations. From boxers to briefs to thongs to bralettes, the brand doesn’t separate its products by gender, instead encouraging customers to buy what they like. Items like adaptive bras and packing boxers fill a need for inclusive undergarments.
Gender-affirming care can help a person live authentically. There isn’t one way for a person to transition, and transition can include legal, social, and medical steps. Help transgender people take the medical steps to help them feel their body align with their gender by contributing to a gender confirmation surgery fundraiser. All fundraisers have been verified by GoFundMe.
Strap-on enthusiasts will love the simplicity of this rainbow harness. This Pride month Early to Bed is designating one LGBTQ-serving non-for-profit to highlight each week and donate 10 percent of the weekend sales to that organization. Additionally, they will be offering 10% off all Rainbow and Pride Flag merchandise.