FASHION: 10 T-Shirts To Help You Wear Your Pride On Your Sleeve

June is quickly coming to an end and some of you still haven’t picked out that perfect Pride outfit—the one that has people snapping your picture and, just maybe, asking for your digits.

We can’t help you develop a sense of style this late in the game (we’re only human)—but we can show you some snazzy T-shirts that simply scream “I’m gay and I’m fashionable.” And most help benefit worthy causes, so it’s a win-win.

We should mention that there are lots of other gay-friendly retailers you should try to patronize (like JCPenney), even if they don’t have a rainbow tank-top to sell. And, sadly, it looks like Old Navy has discontinued the line of Pride shirts it rolled out last year. (Meh, we always feel like we’re swimming in Old Navy, anyway.)

Click through for our handy guide of hot Pride T-shirts. As for shoes, well, you’re on your own!

Have a queer tee you just adore? Tell us about it at [email protected] and we might include it in a future roundup.

Photo: Stonewall UK


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  • Spike

    Boring bunch of shirts.

    This is my vote for best t-shirt . .

    Power Bottoms For Jesus

    Google image it.

  • Lefty

    “Legalise Gay”

    Is it illegal, then?

  • J

    I like the Revel & Riot t-shirt, except it’s written incorrectly. Should be “…until someone loses his/her rights.” “Someone” isn’t plural.

  • MikeE

    @J: it is written perfectly correctly.
    the word “their” is a perfectly grammatically-acceptable substitute for “his/hers”.

    “until someone loses their rights”.
    exactly as it should be.

    “their” is the acceptable singular pronoun when no gender is specified.

  • nature boy

    i give up, frickin’ annoying how the page always bounces to the bottom when I click next.

  • j p

    Love them. I want the some people r gay get over it shirt

  • San Diego

    Be truly original and save some bucks. Pull a light colored t out of your drawers. Paint your own design (or steal one) or cleaver saying. No drawing ability? Go for an iron on transfer. Save a cotton tree—Repurpose!

  • Liz LaVenture

    Yeah, fine. But where does it say where you can get them? Links?

  • billeeboy

    What a colossal lack of creativity is displayed on these tee shirts! I guess it is the triumph of consumerism – some people will buy anything……………

  • Bellerophon69

    Say, isn’t the last model Sir Ian McLellen

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