This year more than ever, spending money with small, local, and independent retailers will have an amazing impact on the community. That’s why we partnered with five amazing, local 2SLGBTQ+ owned businesses to bring you our official 2021 Pride merch!

Created and curated by local brands and artists Yohomo, Operation Soap, MUKA designs, Annyugenart, and the Invisible Majority – our official merch includes something for everyone! Shop the links below for all your Pride-inspired swag.

15% of proceeds on all official merch sales will go to our 2021 charities of choice: The ArQuives and Breakaway .

Frizz Kid Shirt

Frizz Kid

Hana Shafi is a writer and artist who illustrates under the name Frizz Kid. Both her visual art and writing frequently explore themes such as feminism, body politics, racism, and pop culture. She’s published articles in publications such as The Walrus, Hazlitt and This Magazine, and has been featured on Buzzfeed, CBC, Flare Magazine, New York Times, and Shameless. Known on Instagram for her weekly affirmation series, she is also the recipient of the Women Who Inspire Award, from the Canadian Council for Muslim Women in 2017. Her first book, It Begins With The Body was selected by CBC books as one of the best poetry books of 2018. Her second book, Small, Broke, and Kind of Dirty is in stores now.

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YOHOMO

Our Pride 2021 shirt was created in collaboration the fierce and mighty queer artist Tim Singleton with Whitney in mind. When we get together again soon enough, all we wanna do is dance with somebody, and you know that somebody is you, right?

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The Invisible Majority T-Shirt

the Invisible Majority

The purpose of The Invisible Majority is to raise awareness around visibility and representation. It’s meant to empower the BIPOC and 2SLGBTQ+ community as well as those who live along the margins of society. This project speaks for the ones who exist but continue to not be valued or seen for the beauty that lives, within their existence alone. We sell t-shirts as a way for people to wear an important truth and get the message out into the World. We are here, we are in abundance and now it’s time to see us for who we are.

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Operation Soap Shirt models

Operation Soap

Premium and affordable street-style apparel with a psychedelic vibe. Founded in 2019, SOAP makes Pride wear for self-loving queers and allies, 365 days a year with a portion of profits supporting queer community and advocacy groups. Nurture Your Nature!

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MUKA Sleeveless Shirt and T-Shirt

Hello MUKA

Celebrate with PRIDE this season with this iconic top featuring icons representing important moments of Toronto Queer history. Our rainbow-themed original illustration is directly printed on your choice of garment for a soft, vibrant easy-to-care-for result.

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Annuyenart Shirt

Annguyenart

Live and love proudly with this whimsical Pride 2021 t-shirt that features both a front and back print inspired by nature. The front showcases a few of the many identities celebrated during Pride, while the back has a non-binary figure living harmoniously within a diverse and colourful ecosystem.

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