From flags to footwear, blankets to buttons, tshirts to totes. Hard-to-find pride items for the LGBTQIA2S+ and kink comminities.
All designs on this website are created by queer artists in Canada. For more about the artists, click here.
For those who choose to remember and reclaim the symbols used against us in the past. Let it never happen again.
"The black triangle was a badge used in Nazi concentration camps to mark prisoners regarded asozial ("anti-social") and arbeitsscheu ("work-shy"). Those considered anti-social included primarily the Romani but it was also used until 1942 to describe alcoholics, homeless, beggars, nomads, and prostitutes. Women deemed to be anti-social included sex-workers, nonconformists, and lesbians. The term "asocial" was originally applied to heterosexual women who engaged in sex outside of marriage, which included prostitutes."