Pronoun Pins

With they/them, ze/zir, she/her and he/him options, Gamut has made preferred pronoun pins that look more sophisticated than many we’ve seen. These black and gold pins politely request which pronouns the wearer identifies as, and $1 from each purchase is donated to Camp Aranu’tiq, which is a not-for-profit organization that transgender, gender-nonconforming and gender-variant kids and their families through camp experiences.

“Social Alert” Buttons

With all kinds of excellent PSAs, Word for Word’s Social Alert buttons let everybody know what’s up. Each costs between $2 and $4, are colorful and simple—stating everything from “Queer” to “Homo” to “Lezbrarian.” (There are also plenty of non-LGBTQ+-related buttons worth looking at.) They’re hand-pressed 1.25″ pin back buttons and let everybody know which team you’re on—as well as being a badge of honor.

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

The world's ugliest dog, pictures from Pride, why your hangovers are getting worse and more in this week's look at the web

1. Bill Cunningham, in His Own Words Many notable people have shared what it’s like to be photographed—and starstruck—by Bill Cunningham (Anna Wintour once said, “We all dress for Bill”) but Cunningham in his own words is a heartwarming and emotional read—especially as the 2002 article was republished this past weekend when the beloved photographer passed away at 87 years old. “Bill Cunningham on Bill …