For Pride Month, to support the 2SLGBTQI community, we’re pledging all proceeds* from sales of our Pride Drop to some worthy beneficiaries.Shop The Drop ↓
Dedicated to enhancing the well-being of individuals within the 2SLGBTQI community in Canada while simultaneously pushing for greater global attention to 2SLGBTQI concerns, Egale strives to shape public policy, encourage cross-cultural understanding, and champion the principles of human rights and inclusivity. Visit the Egale website here
The Trevor Project
(TW: suicide, self-harm) The prevalence of suicide among LGBTQ youth surpasses that of heterosexual youth by a factor of 1.5 to 3.
The Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization located in the United States, dedicates its endeavours to combatting suicide within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth community. They extend their support through a toll-free helpline, connecting individuals to trained counsellors for assistance. Moreover, the organization extends guidance and resources to parents and educators to foster secure and all-embracing environments for young individuals in both familial and educational settings. Visit The Trevor Project website here
Grab some gear from our Pride Collection below to share your pride, stand in solidarity, and support a worthwhile cause.
(*All proceeds refers to revenue generated by sales of the Pride Micro Drop styles minus garment manufacturing costs, from June 1st to June 30th.)Shop The Drop ↓
About the model, Aine:
My pronouns are They/Them, I identify as bisexual and I am also a non-binary person.
First and foremost, to me pride is a time to come together and celebrate who we are as 2SLGBTQIA+ people. It is a showcase of the strength we have by existing and being who we are. A time to celebrate those that came before us and the resilience they demonstrated that allows us to be here, the work we carry on. It’s a place to feel safe and accepted, to celebrate and to learn. We say LOVE ALL and show the world our strength and joy and celebrate what we have and all we strive to achieve.
About the model, Cam:
My pronouns are She/Her, I identify as lesbian.
I think that pride month is so important, especially now with everything going on in our world. By outwardly celebrating pride in places where we are privileged enough to do so, we are standing in solidarity with those who either cannot come out, or cannot celebrate.