Queer Vibes Only bundle



We’re here, we’re queer, and we’re not going to shut up about it. This bundle is perfect for your non-binary sibling, your bff who realized they were pansexual thanks to TikTok, or yourself as you explore your ace identity. We’ve paired some of our favorite 2SLGBTQIA+ titles with products from queer-owned businesses.


Choose two of the following books:
  • Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex by Angela Chen (see our TikTok review here!)
  • Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe
  • Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters (see our blog post here!)
  • Home Field Advantage by Dahlia Adler


This bundle also includes:
  • inclusive pride flag from trans-owned company My Pride Store – yes, this standard sized flag (2’x3′) includes the trans colors and the black and brown stripes for our BIPOC babes!
  • glitter eyeliner in Argon, a densely pigmented and long-lasting glitter liner in a deep purple shade that is designed to pop on all skin tones from We Are Fluide, which celebrates beauty beyond the binary
  • Gay Agenda notepad from Word for Word Factory, an LA-based queer- and disabled-owned gift company that focuses on a clean aesthetic and socio-political statement pieces
  • two items from Citizen Ruth: We Are All Worthy mug and Equality for All art print. Citizen Ruth is an ethics forward company in Portland, OR providing high quality, intersectional feminist art, books, clothing, jewelry, and personal and home accessories.



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