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21 Cute Pins, Patches, Mugs, And Stickers From Queer-Owned Businesses That You Need ASAP

Show off your support of the queer community by shopping these queer-owned businesses.

We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

1. A sweet and subtle enamel pin featuring the colors of the trans pride flag because true representation can take on many shapes.

a hand holding the trans pride pin
Bianca Designs Co/Etsy

Based in NY, Bianca Designs Co is a queer-owned small business making colorful, fun, and inclusive pins, stickers, buttons and more! And every month they give 50% of their proceeds from "Love Knows No Gender" to a LGBTQ+ foundation.

Promising review: "When picking up the nonbinary pin, I decided the design of these pride pins were too unique to pass up any of those that applied personally. Glad to add this unique Trans Pride pin to my small but important collection." —Vincent

Get it from Bianca Designs Co for $11.95+.

2. An inclusive Pride month sticker pack you'll wanna slap on your laptop, water bottle, and notebooks so everyone knows that the pride you feel exists year-round.

a model holds a laptop covered in stickers from the pride sticker pack
Bitchin Design Co/Etsy

Bitchin Design Co is a queer feminist-owned small business making accessories, tees, and more for all the angry feminists out there!

Get it from Bitchin Design Co on Etsy for $8.99 (originally $9.99).

3. A darling floral mug asking for the ultimate blessing. Because we won't stop being messy, so we might as well feel good about it!

the bless this mess mug against a pink background
Common Dear

Common Dear is a cheerful, queer women-owned small lifestyle brand based in Oklahoma City. They curate cute and empowering pieces from women-owned, LGBTQIA2S+ owned brands, AAPI-owned, Black-owned, and Latinx-owned brands for both their online and IRL shop.

Get it from Common Dear for $8 (originally $16).

4. A tarot-inspired iron-on patch divining that the future is queer. Which it is. I know because I'm psychic.

the future is queer tarot patch
Grrrl Spells/Etsy

Grrrl Spells is Queer-, nonbinary-, and POC-owned small business based in Toronto making occult and witch-inspired pins, stickers, patches and more!

Promising review: "I'd wanted this patch for over a year. I used it to up-cycle a plain shirt. It looks super cool, and I'm so happy. It was very easy to apply. Thank you!" —Brume Reed

Get it from Grrrl Spells on Etsy for $8.59.

5. An "all the cool girls are lesbians" mug if you're into, ya know, telling the truth.

the all the cool girls are lesbians mug filled with steaming coffee
Love Is Love/Etsy

Over in sunny LA, queer-owned small business Love Is Love makes queer-themed tees, sweatshirts, mugs, and more. And! They're having a site-wide 40% off sale!

Get it from Love Is Love on Etsy for $17.99 (originally $29.99).

6. A hand-thrown and hand-painted quille mug featuring the infamous clique of primary colors we've all come to know and love.

Two quille primary color mugs
Neenineen

Neenineen is a queer-owned, one-person ceramics studio based in LA. Its founder Ninon was born in Paris, graduated from RISD, and then turned their passion for ceramics into this whimsical shop!

Get it from Neenineen for $42.

7. A bold third eye rainbow pin to help you accessorize while also showcasing how ~spiritually wise~ you are. Or at least how good you are at finding pins with every color imaginable on them.

the exist loudly third eye rainbow pin on a denim jacket
Hannah Simon Art/Etsy

Hannah Simon Art is a queer-owned small shop selling colorfully queer stationery and art.

Get it from Hannah Simon Art on Etsy for $12.

8. A well-deserved scout badge for being the best queer there is!

the dark skin queer scout badge
Mary Mack Wear/Etsy

Mary Mack Wear is a queer-owned printer based in Pittsburgh whose queer, anarchist aesthetic means you can get super fun and original badges, prints, stationery and more.

Promising review: "So vibrant!!! I love it!! It's going on my jacket for sure!! 11/10 would recommend!!!❤️❤️❤️" —Hannah Cross

Get it from Mary Mack Wear on Etsy for $5.

9. A rainbow fist patch you can iron onto your denim jacket to give it a colorful upgrade.

the rainbow fist patch in front of a sky blue background
Otherwild

Otherwild is a queer, woman-owned business based in LA curating and producing goods made ethically and with intention. From clothes to cleaning products, you can feel confident that your purchases go towards sustainable practices. 

Get it from Otherwild for $7 (originally $10).

10. A Stonewall-inspired mug honoring the fact that Stonewall was, in fact, a riot.

the stonewall '69 riot mug
Surpride/Etsy

Surpride is an NYC-based, queer-run small business specializing in Pride gear. So come get your tees, sweatshirts, caps, tanks and more!

Get it from Surpride on Etsy for $26.

11. A screaming opossum enamel pin because everyone's feelings are valid so if you need to do big screm go ahead and do big screm.

the screaming opossum pin in a model's hand
Crowlines

Crowlines is a queer-owned brand making whimsically darling accessories and shirts.

Get it from Crowlines for $12+.

12. A handmade "gay for the sea" patch if being out on the ocean makes you feel as free as a bird.

the gay for the sea patch featuring a seagull on a denim jacket
Patch Bois/Etsy

Patch Bois is a queer boi-owned small business exclusively making gender-inclusive patches!

Get it from Patch Bois on Etsy for $6.86.

13. A purrfectly true enamel pin celebrating chaotic kitties (and their lack of object permanence).

the chaos cat pin featuring a cat knocking a glass of water off a table
Cunning Linguist Co/Etsy

Cunning Linguist Co. is a queer woman-owned small biz making inspiring, sassy, and inclusive pins, patches, totes, and more!

Get it from Cunning Linguist Co. on Etsy for $10.

14. A Mr. Rogers-inspired ceramic mug that'll happily wish you a good morning every morning. You'll be glad to have him as your neighbor!

the mr rogers citizen ruth mug
Lockwood

Lockwood is a queer mom-owned small business curating and creating unique home goods and more.

Get it from Lockwood for $19.95.

15. A pink triangle enamel pin to show off that you are queer to the (back)bone!

the pink triangle backbone pin
Gender Gems

Gender Gems is a trans-owned, gender-affirming small business making pins, patches, and stickers that provide powerful (and often magic-inspired) representation for queer folks.

Promising review: "I have had my eye on this pin for a while, and I'm so glad I finally decided to go for it. The design and quality of the pin is PERFECT (even the backing cards are nice)! Will definitely wear it with pride and recommend all my present and future queer friends check this shop out, too!" —staticat

Get it from Gender Gems on Etsy for $12.

16. A queerly queer mug that's perfect for anyone who hates repeating themselves.

the let me be perfectly queer mug
Fabulously Feminist/Etsy

Fabulously Feminist is a fabulously feminist queer-owned shop creating art that promotes social and environmental justice.

Promising review: "Oh my gosh! This mug is lovely and quite big. I love it! The colors look great and the print is clear. It is a fabulous mug that, BTW, works well on mug warmers due to the flat bottom." —R Merriwood

Get it from Fabulously Feminist on Etsy for $18.89+ (available in two sizes).

17. A pack of fun vinyl stickers because when else can a happy waffle, a skateboarding dog, and a napping sloth hang out together? That can only happen on your laptop.

the distractables sticker pack
Free Period Press/Etsy

Free Period Press is a queer woman-owned small business based in Cleveland making nice (and super creative) paper things.

Get it from Free Period Press on Etsy for $10.

18. A rainbow mountain patch to honor the ongoing fight for equality and justice. Because like bi icon Miley Cyrus once said, "it ain't about what's waiting on the other side, it's the climb."

Revel & Riot

Revel & Riot is a queer-run nonprofit using t-shirts as a canvas for promoting pride, visibility, and justice. Proceeds from sales go toward keeping the non-profit alive as well as to other queer-run organizations.

Get it from Revel & Riot for $6.

19. A matte holographic sticker mapping out what each line in your palms mean (so you can read the future).

the matte holographic palmistry sticker
The Third Arrow/etsy

Owned by two queer folks, one of which is proudly trans, The Third Arrow is a queer and quirky shop based in Ohio making puntastic pins, stickers, and more!

Get it from The Third Arrow on Etsy for $4.

20. A set of five fiery pride pins that'll add so much 'tude to your 'fits, you won't even know what to do with yourself. Except stan, of course.

the five pride pins: nerf terfs, drag your heart out, queer prom ticket, and break up makeup rules palette
Lychgate Store/Etsy

Lychgate Store is a queer-owned shop based in Ohio selling cool stuff. And by "stuff" I mean: irreverent pins, patches, shirts, and so much more!

Promising review: "I bought several of these pins for my girlfriend's birthday and she loved them! These pins are very high-quality and look good on her work bag." —Ryan

Get it from Lychgate Store on Etsy for $40 (also available individually).

21. And a holographic gay "frat" sticker if you're a proud alum of the only community with bangin' parties.

the gay frat holographic sticker
Flavnt

Based in Austin, Flavnt is a queer, twin-owned small clothing company making pieces that promote self-love, confidence, and inclusivity.

Get it from Flavnt for $2.

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