Shop with a Purpose with Our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide
Want to find amazing gift ideas while *also* supporting LGBTQ-owned and allied businesses? Look no further than our 2019 holiday gift guide!
'Tis the season to show loved ones you care. And what better way to show you care, by also supported our LGBTQ+ community and allies whilst doing it! Shop (LGBTQ+) smart with these great suggestions below.
Gunner & Lux
A daughter and gay dad owned and operated jewelry store! (Read their story here.) Their designs are funky, their message is empowering, and their style is unique - we love it! Riley, the 10-year-old creative director, has a wonderful skill of capturing the playful and charming, and her designs have been featured in Vogue, Parents, amongst other media sources.
See all their unicorn-themed and festooned necklaces here, as well as some great tees.
PeaTree Clothing Co.
PeaTree Clothing Co, LLC is a family-owned and operated small business, founded by two sisters and is operating with these three basic beliefs:
- Sustainability because climate change is real.
- Gay rights because families are formed in all different ways.
- Immigration because no human is illegal.
We love the message behind these onesies and we think our community will love them, too! Check out all their ridiculously cute gear for our little ones here.
They're also offering 25% off your entire order with a special code just for our community! Promo code: gayswithkids
Daddy & Papa Collection
Husbands Thomas and Jonathan became dads through the foster care system and created their online store to provide LGBTQ+ themed tees and hoodies (amongst other apparel and flags) for our community and allies! (It's also a great way to help fund their next fatherhood journey! Find more here.)
Check out their store here; we especially love the custom hand-stitched tees.
Love Outside the Lines
Love Outside the Lines is an online shop hosted by Etsy and operated by our friends at Same Sex Parents. Their shop provides products for the LGBTQ+ community and their children, including greeting cards, wall art prints and clothing.
Check out their products for LGBTQ+ families and start shopping.
Have you heard of Worldgirls? They're dolls for kids on a mission to change the world! Twin sisters Laken and Carlissa King are the masterminds behind these fantastic dolls and emphasize each Worldgirls dolls' unique trait - Warrior, Healer, Explorer, Rebel, Scholar - and gifts that inspire kids to see what's possible.
Swedish Rebel Maud's storyline and trait make her a true trailblazer - bold, confident, and inventive. Plus, she has also has two dads: Papa and Baba!
See all the available dolls here.
PJ and Thomas Apparel
You might recognize PJ and Thomas from their popular Instagram page, @pjandthomas, or their show on HGTV "Down to the Studs." What you might not know is that PJ and Thomas recently became foster dads and are sharing their journey via their social channels (read about the start of their journey here).
Not only are they DIY renovators with an eye for impeccable style, they also sell some fantastically comfy-looking and stylish apparel. See their cosy jumpers here.
New Orleans' couple Matt and Beau - founders of Probably This - have been together for the past 6 years and share a passion for beautiful homes and delicious food, and they've turned that love into a blog and an online store. They sell canvas bags, candles, sweaters and tees. They're also giving 10% of their profits to the National Center for Transgender Equality.
Check out their store here.
Human Rights Campaign
And let's not forget HRC! 100% of every purchase fuels their fight for LGBTQ equality!