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


The Commitment Collection By A Lot to Say

This one’s a two-fer: the shirts are made from 100% post-consumer plastic bottles and have through a no-water-dye process, so you’re helping the environment and your community. Available for men and women, the tees bear a word like “Love,” “Cherish,” or “Commit,” with phrases expressing how each relates to the gay community. Hey, buy all three: 25% of profits are donated to charities like The International Green Energy Council, Stand Up to Cancer and Heal the Bay.

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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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