Each of These Queer Pride Shirts Is More Delightful Than the Next

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I love nothing so much as a clever t-shirt, and these fit the bill while also waving the flag high for LGBTQIA representation.

Sometimes you get up and need to wrap yourself in something colorful and hopeful to get through the day. And some days, there’s a parade or an event that these are just perfect for. For any situation, the folks at HUMAN seem to have us covered. I’ve seen some of these shirts at cons before, but never knew their origin. The company has several collections that speak to me, such as “introvert”:

Oh my god, this is my inner thoughts made external:

But it was HUMAN’s LGBTQIA clothes and accessories, compiled in a Tumblr post, that first caught my eye. There are a ton to choose from, but let’s scroll through a few of my absolute favorites:

I’ve already ordered T-Rex for Trans Rights for a friend, because it is excellent. I also love the nerdy spin here, like “I find your lack of pride disturbing,” and I’m pretty sure my shopping for New York Comic Con is now complete. Personally, my favorite shirt might be this one:

Ask me about my liberal gay space socialism agenda, I beg of you.

(via HUMAN)

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