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Here's The Pride Gear That Actually Benefits The LGBTQ Community

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Consider this the ultimate Pride shopping guide

It's June, and you know what that means: Pride Month is officially in full swing. For the next four weeks, we'll be hopping from party to party and march to march, and we'll most definitely be decked out in rainbow-hued and glittery gear while we're at it. Lucky for us, the coming of June means that numerous brands have us covered for said festivities with the launch of their annual Pride collections.

What's most important, of course, is that these brands are doing their part in supporting and giving back to the LGBTQIA+ community, too. That's why we put together our ultimate Pride shopping guide, filled with the glitziest and most colorful clothing, accessories, beauty products, and more that give back anywhere from 10 to 100 percent of proceeds to crucial organizations, such as The Stonewall Foundation, The Trevor Project, and Trans Lifeline.

From rainbow platform sandals to glittery eyeliner to CBD-infused lube, we've got you covered with the best Pride products of the season—the ones you can feel, well, proud to purchase.

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Fluide, Galaxy Pride Pack, $48, available at Fluide.

Fluide is donating $5 from the sale of every set to the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center.

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Teva, Flatform Universal Pride, $80, available at Teva.

Created in partnership with the Tegan and Sara Foundation, Teva is donating $15 per pair sold to the foundation, with a guaranteed donation of $30,000.

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ASOS x glaad&, Curve Oversized Sheer Shirt in Snake Print, $56, available at ASOS.

ASOS is donating 100 percent of all net profits from its whopping 50-piece Pride collection to GLAAD.

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Ugg, Fluff Yeah Pride Slide in Rainbow Yellow, $100, available at Ugg.

Ugg is donating $25 from the sale of every pair of its limited-edition Fluff Yeah Pride slides to the Born This Way Foundation.

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Urban Decay, Heavy Metal Glitter Eyeliner in Stonewall, $21, available at Urban Decay.

Urban Decay is donating 25 percent of proceeds from this eyeliner in the Stonewall shade to The Stonewall Foundation.

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American Apparel, Everyone's Gay Printed Fine Jersey T-Shirt, $24, available at American Apparel.

American Apparel is donating 100 percent of net proceeds from its Pride collection to Trans-Cosmetic Donation Drive, part of the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

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Alt Pronouns, Protect Trans Kids Tee, $34, available at Alt Pronouns.

Alt Pronouns is donating 10 percent of proceeds from its Pride collection to SAGE, National Center for Transgender Equality Action Fund, The Trevor Project, and The Ali Forney Center, with specific products benefitting each organization.

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Milk Makeup, Wear Your Pride Set, $28, available at Milk Makeup.

Milk Makeup is donating 100 percent of proceeds from its limited-edition Wear Your Pride Set to The Center.

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Harry's, Shave With Pride Set, $25, available at Target.

Harry's worked with artist José Roda to design this limited-edition shave set, with 100 percent of proceeds going to The Trevor Project.

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Happy Socks x The Phluid Project, Pride Socks, $16, available at The Phluid Project.

Happy Socks has teamed up with The Phluid Project to create limited-edition socks commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, donating 10 percent of proceeds to the Stonewall Community Foundation.

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Kush Queen, Pride Bäre Tincture 1000MG CBD Hemp Extract 1oz, $59.99, available at Kush Queen.

Kush Queen is donating 20 percent of sales of its Pride collection to Trans Lifeline.

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Mehron, iNtense Pro Pressed Pigment Palette in 'Fire,' $44.95, available at Mehron.

Mehron is donating 15 percent of sales from a handful of its most colorful, rainbow products to the Ali Forney Center.

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Room Service, Love Wins Rainbow Short Pajamas, $68, available at Nordstrom.

Sleepwear brand Room Service is donating 10 percent of proceeds from its Pride collection to The Trevor Project.

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TomboyX, Swim Sleeveless 6" Unisuit, $84, available at TomboyX.

TomboyX will be donating 10 percent of proceeds from the rainbow unisuit to True Colors United.

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Converse, Chuck 70 Pride High Top, $100, available at Converse.

Through Converse's Pride collection, the brand will be making various contributions to organizations such as the It Gets Better Project, OUT MetroWest, and Fenway Health.

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Reebok, Classic Leather Pride Shoes, $75, available at Reebok.

Reebok is donating a portion of proceeds (up to $50,000) from the sales of its limited-edition Pride shoes to Fenway Health.

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Opening Ceremony x Bloomingdale's, Paradise Garage Graphic Tee, $58, available at Bloomingdale's.

Bloomingdale's has launched The Carousel @ Bloomingdales Pride For All, celebrating the numerous partnerships and philanthropic efforts it has made with various LBGTQIA+ organizations over the years. Opening Ceremony and Housing Works teamed up to create a series of tees honoring LGBTQIA+ spaces, which will be sold exclusively at Bloomingdale's. As part of this year's Pride celebration, Bloomingdale's will be making a donation to Housing Works.

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Fossil, Pride Three-Hand Stainless Steel Watch Case, $75, available at Fossil; Fossil, 18mm Rainbow Nylon Watch Strap, $20, available at Fossil.

Fossil is donating 100 percent of proceeds of sales from its Pride Month watch case to the Hetrick-Martin Institute. This kicks off the brand's larger Make Time For Good initiative, which involves partnerships with various change-making organizations to encourage individuals and groups to take action and make time for good.

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Zenni, Browline Glasses, $19, available at Zenni.

Zenni is donating 100 percent of proceeds from its Pride eyeglasses and sunglasses to the It Gets Better Project.

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