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Top 10 Lesbian/Queer Owned GIFT GUIDE!

11 Dec Posted by in Robin Lowey | Comments Off on Top 10 Lesbian/Queer Owned GIFT GUIDE!
Top 10 Lesbian/Queer Owned GIFT GUIDE!

YES! It’s that time of year again and we’ve got the list you’ve been waiting for. Please support these lesbian/queer owned businesses and find your jam with great gift ideas for your loved ones!


2023 will mark 50 years of Olivia: Let’s celebrate together! Olivia is planning the biggest celebration for their GOLDEN L ANNIVERSARY. If you never been on an Olivia cruise, prepare for a life-changing experience. If you’ve been before, this is the trip you shouldn’t miss. We can’t really even begin to express how much we love Olivia, so we highly recommend sharing this precious gift with your lover for the most romantic getaway of ALL TIME!



If you are looking for the perfect gift for a family member — don’t forget that 13 year old niece who’s just declared they are non-binary and pansexual? You can get 2 signed books for the price of 1 during the month of December! Suitable for all ages! One for you & one for a school or library near you! Help us get the stories of these queer role models into the hands of youth everywhere! Order by Dec 15th to receive your signed books by Christmas. Find out more HERE



We love Fluide‘s ‘Come as You Are’ attitude. Their products are designed for all gender expressions and skin tones, as well as being vegan and cruelty free! Fluide provides a platform and amplifies the voices of queer and gender expansive identities through showcasing queer beauty, and they hope to inspire others to create their identities on their own terms, opening up possibilities for everyone’s self-expression. Plus the products are just super fun and COOL!



Pink House Alchemy is a women owned and run, LGBTQ+ Arkansas-based company that crafts three specialties to sip, mix and cook (i.e. simple syrups, bitters and shrubs). Developed in a 100+ year old pink house, their team of alchemists founded Pink House Alchemy through the love of food and flavor. Inspired by complementary patterns in roots, barks, fruits, herbs, and botanicals, they work every day to find new and perfect connections between ingredients—and simple syrups, bitters, and shrubs are where they put these discoveries to the test. We especially dig the small-batch handcrafted Cardamom Syrup – which can be used in any number of ways, in a mulled wine, a vampy gin cocktail, and yummy mocktails just to name a few.



Creatives and makers at heart, Jamie and Allison Nadeau, the wife-and-wife owners of INK MEETS PAPER, began their foray into letterpress printing in 2008. Fun fact: Jamie is a tribal member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation! The greeting card line emphasizes the beauty and humanity that comes with handwritten correspondence, and they’re all about spreading more love in the world with the belief that with each note sent, the world gets a bit more love and humanity. Known for their craftsmanship and attention to detail, they love little details that make a big impact. Ink Meets Paper greeting cards are designed, printed on antique presses, and assembled by hand at their studio in sunny South Carolina. Retail price is $5.75 for single greeting cards.



Queer owned and located in Little Rock, Arkansas, Domestic Domestic is a collaboration of sorts. They are the matchmakers connecting conscientious consumers with ethical companies. The product selection is rigorous. They bring to you fine products with attention to quality, function and design. Nothing is added without reason. The objects are curated to tell a story and have a history. They’re potential heirlooms, unique in type, simply determined to be the best damn stuff on the market. It all works in harmony. Well made objects made by people who live their dreams and whose passion for their craft is undeniable in everything they do. Check out their website above for an incredibly deep and well curated selection of goods. We love this cat magnet $4 for starters.



18.21 Bitters chooses every part of their process, from the raw ingredients used for the products, to the carefully curated spices and herbs, to make the most unique, aromatic, and flavorful tasting mixers for your cocktails or mocktails! A queer-owned company out of Atlanta, Georgia, these bitters make a perfect gift for cocktail lovers everywhere.



All around awesome company Wolfe Video was founded by Lesbian Game Changer Kathy Wolfe in the 1980’s and continues to be a leader in bringing the best queer films to us year after year. Use this discount code: HOLIDAYS2021 to receive 50% off DVDs or $25% off streaming for titles like Ahead of the Curve, The World to Come or More Beautiful for Having Been Broken. Happy Holidays from Wolfe Video!



Although based in Los Angeles, Stuzo‘s hearts beat to the drums of the big city of New York! Their mission is to create a space in the fashion world where all are welcome without judgment. Stuzo Clothing is a gender free clothing company designed to invoke thought and emotion. Their brand is for the non-conforming and bold at heart. Their pieces are gender free as they prefer to call them because clothes don’t have any organs last time we checked. They are inspired by love, people and life. Whatever shape or form you choose to exist in, Stuzo celebrates that!



Take the journey of a lifetime to Africa with Lesbian Game Changer Jody Cole of  Wild Rainbow African Safaris!  Many people dream of visiting Africa during their lifetime, but few truly experience the magnificent wonders of this continent. Check out their upcoming Kenya Photo Safari coming up in August of 2022. Hurry, there are just a few spaces left! Known for its legendary wildlife and evocative landscapes, Kenya offers photographers countless opportunities to capture iconic images of Africa. This 10-day photo safari is designed for photographers of every level using equipment of all levels… including mobile phones. Count us in!


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