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LGBTQ Pride Flag Mugs: Celebrate Diversity with Style


Introducing our vibrant collection of LGBTQ and Pride Flag mugs, designed to celebrate love, diversity, and inclusivity. These mugs are more than just functional drinkware; they are a powerful symbols of support, solidarity, and pride.

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  • Rainbow Pride Flag Mug


    Rainbow Pride Flag Mug

    This flag is used to symbolize the overall LGBTQ community. Many organizations and businesses use this flag as a symbol to show that their establishment is a safe space for everyone in the community.

  • Lesbian Pride Flag Mug


    Lesbian Pride Flag Mug

    The original lesbian pride flag had a red kiss mark in the top left corner. It was introduced to the world in a blog post back in 2010, according to OutRight Action International. Some people still use that kiss mark to represent feminine or "lipstick" lesbians. It was created by Natalie McCray and the different shades of red and pink are said to represent different shades of lipstick.

    In a 2018 Medium article, McCray was accused of transphobia, biphobia and racism among other things. As a result, a new flag with orange stripes was proposed.

    The colors represent the following:

    • Darkest Orange: Gender non-conformity
    • Middle Orange: Independence
    • Lightest Orange: Community
    • White: Unique relationships to womanhood
    • Lightest Pink: Serenity and peace
    • Middle Pink: Love and sex
    • Darkest Pink: Femininity
  • 1978-1999 Pride Flag Mug


    1978-1999 Pride Flag Mug

    Following Harvey Bernard Milk's assassination in 1978, demand for the Pride flag increased. Gilbert Baker, however, found the pink color hard to come by, so he opted to decrease the number of colors on the flag to seven in order to keep up with the demand.

  • Bisexual Pride Flag Mug


    Bisexual Pride Flag Mug

    Bisexuality can be defined in a few different ways depending on who you ask in the community. For many, it's seen as an attraction to both men and women. Others use it to describe attraction to more than one gender, but not all genders. Some even describe it as an attraction to the gender you identify as and at least one other gender.

    According to Pride, this flag was created by activist Michael Page. He wanted to create a symbol for bisexual people to feel connected to. Each of the colors symbolizes some kind of attraction:

    • Pink (or magenta): Same-sex attraction
    • (Royal) blue: Opposite-sex attraction
    • Purple (lavender): Attraction to both sexes
  • Asexual Pride Flag Mug


    Asexual Pride Flag Mug

    According to the Asexual Visibility and Education Network, Asexuality is defined by a lack of sexual attraction. "They are not drawn to people sexually and do not desire to act upon attraction to others in a sexual way."

    Asexuality is also a spectrum of attraction where people can fall into a subset called "gray asexuality." People who identify this way call themselves "gray ace." This spectrum includes people who feel sexual attraction infrequently, who only feel sexual attraction under a specific set of circumstances and more.

    • Black: Represents Asexuality as a whole
    • Gray: Represents gray asexuality and demisexuality.
      • Demisexuality is defined as no sexual attraction unless there is a strong emotional bond according to AVEN.
    • White: Represents sexuality
    • Purple: Represents the community
  • Demisexual Pride Flag Mug


    Asexual Pride Flag Mug

    Demisexual people only feel sexually attracted to someone when they have an emotional bond with the person. They can be gay, straight, bisexual, or pansexual, and may have any gender identity.

    The prefix “demi” means half — which can refer to being halfway between sexual and asexual. Demisexuality can be a type of graysexuality. A graysexual person may experience sexual attraction only rarely, or they may feel sexual attraction but aren’t that interested in sex.

    Demisexual people do not feel primary attraction — the attraction you feel to someone when you first meet them. They only feel secondary attraction — the type of attraction that happens after knowing someone for a while.

  • Transgender Pride Flag Mug


    Transgender Pride Flag Mug

    The Transgender Flag was first created in 1999 by Monica Helms, a transgender woman. Light blue and pink are featured because they’re the traditional colors associated with baby boys and girls, respectively. The white stands for those who are intersex, transitioning or those who don´t feel identified with any gender.

    Transgender people have a gender identity or gender expression that differs from the sex that they were assigned at birth.

    Violence against the queer community affects trans people of color the most. Therefore, the Transgender Flag is so important! The trans community needs representation and resources to be visible without fear.

  • Gilbert Baker Pride Flag Mug


    1978-1999 Pride Flag Mug

    In 1978, Harvey Milk*, the first openly gay elected official in California, asked artist Gilbert Baker to create a Pride flag. Gilbert wanted to create "something that was positive, that celebrated our love."

    "A Rainbow Flag was a conscious choice, natural and necessary," Gilbert said. "The rainbow came from earliest recorded history as a symbol of hope."

    *) Harvey Milk was shot and killed on November 27, 1978.

    The colours have the following meanings:

    • Pink: Sex
    • Red: Life
    • Orange: Healing
    • Yellow: Sunlight
    • Green: Nature
    • Turquoise: Magic
    • Blue: Harmony
    • Violet: Spirit
  • Girls just want to have...


    Girls just want to have fundamental rights mug

    Lesbian women have faced discrimination and marginalization for far too long. It's time to stand up and fight for their fundamental rights! Let's break down the barriers that hinder their freedom and equality. Love knows no gender, and it's time society recognized that.

    Lesbian girls deserve the right to love and be loved openly without fear of judgment or persecution. They should have the right to marry their partners, start families, and enjoy the same legal protections as any other couple. It's about time we ensure their rights to healthcare, employment, and housing are protected.

  • Intersex Flag Mug


    Intersex Pride Flag Mug

    Intersex is an umbrella term used to categorize various reproductive and sexual anatomy differences that don’t fit the usual male or female definitions. In short, intersex individuals may have chromosomes, genitals, or internal reproductive organs that don’t fit into the typical male or female category or may possess characteristics of both male and female sexes.

  • Pansexual Pride Flag Mug


    Pansexual Pride Flag Mug

    Pansexual refers to the sexual orientation of someone who is romantically, emotionally, or sexually attracted to people of any gender identity, gender, or biological sex.

    Some pansexual people say that, when it comes to attraction, they don’t see gender or they find it irrelevant. That’s what distinguishes pansexuality from omnisexuality or bisexuality.

    The term pansexual is also used in the name of Pansexual Visibility Day, observed on May 24.

  • Polysexual Pride Flag Mug


    Polysexual Pride Flag Mug

    A polysexual person is someone who is sexually and/or romantically attracted to multiple genders. It is not the same as being bisexual or pansexual, although all of these sexualities involve being attracted to more than one gender. It also is not the same as being polyamorous.

  • Pride Ally Flag Mug


    Ally Pride Flag Mug

    The Straight Ally flag is using the black-white "colors" of the heterosexual flag as a field, it adds a large rainbow colored "A" (for "Ally") to indicate straight support for the Gay Pride/Equal Marriage movement.

  • Progress Pride Flag Mug


    Progress Pride Flag Mug

    The Progress Pride Flag Mug is a vibrant and inclusive piece of drinkware that celebrates diversity and advocates for equality. Made from high-quality ceramic, this mug showcases the iconic Progress Pride Flag design, which incorporates the traditional rainbow flag with additional elements.

    The flag's background features the original six-color rainbow pattern, symbolizing the LGBTQ+ community's pride and resilience. However, what sets the Progress Pride Flag apart is the inclusion of chevron stripes in the colors black and brown, representing marginalized communities of people of color. These stripes are a powerful symbol of solidarity and recognition of the intersectionality within the LGBTQ+ movement.

  • I love being 'woke'?


    "I love being 'woke'.
    It's much nicer than being an
    ignored fucking twat."

    The concept of being "woke" is rooted in the acknowledgment of systemic injustices, such as racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and other forms of discrimination. It signifies being enlightened and actively engaged in understanding and challenging these issues, often with a focus on dismantling oppressive structures and advocating for equality and justice.