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This Week's Discoveries: 10 LGBTQ+ Businesses to Support

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We're spotlighting some of our favourite LGBTQ+ brands and products in today's 'This Week's Discoveries'. See 10 things on our radar this Pride month and make a note of them so you can support them in the future too!

Proving that Gen Z are great, 23 year old Arlo and Rosie make hand screen-printed clothing and accessories celebrating queerness, made using sustainably sources materials and eco-friendly ink.

Beautiful calligraphy and illustrations in the form of art prints and greetings cards, ethically made and with no plastic in sight!

3. Drag Brunch from queer club & community space Dalston Superstore

Drag Brunch is just one of the events that London based Dalston Superstore out on for the LGBTQ+ community. Check out their calendar for so many DJ sets, parties and performances happening this summer.
From Queer Eye star and fashionista Tan France come a new podcast which discusses LGBTQ+ history in correlation with race and disability.
Cuteness meets luxury with these bears. Made using high quality materials like silk and cashmere, they make the perfect present for newborns or little ones.
If you're queer aged 18-26, you can attend online sessions with this group of like-minded people to discuss art and culture in a safe and inspirational virtual space.

Feel like you missed out on some crucial knowledge about sexuality in your school curriculum? Us too, but this book is here to give you all the advice you may have missed.

A classic shirt tailored for a curvy body? Look no further. With fun yet functional elements and a range of colourways and patterns to suit every personality.

An apparel and homewares brand prioritising upcycling, using recycled materials from post-consumer waste and deadstock fabric as well as organic natural fibres.

Made using recycled plastic and sustainably sourced Tencel, this queer swimwear brand have style and sustainability on lock. They also donate a portion of sales to queer rights organisations.


If you liked this blog, you'll probably like our interview with UK charity Mermaids about their important work, resources and what we can do as a small business to help support them and the LGBTQ+ community. Read it here.