Nine Face Mask Stores That Are Trans and Queer Owned or Friendly

We’ve compiled a series of Q&A posts with LGBTQIA and allied vendors of face masks. These folks are located across the nation. They all have online stores and could benefit from your support. Many of them sell far more than masks so if you have any last minute gifts or just feel like shopping a bit, here you go.

What strikes me from their responses is the common theme of “People needed masks, we knew how to make/access masks, so we did it” as if it was the most natural thing in the world to turn their entire business model upside down because that’s what the community needs. These are good people, good neighbors.

I want to be clear that none of these folks donated to our project; they are donating in their own communities. So there was no quid pro quo for these posts. We are all just trying to help each other.

If you need a list of face mask vendors, here you are. If you want to support small businesses that support you, here you are. If you want to add your business to this, here we are.

Facemask Q&A with HauteButch Founder & Designer Karen Roberts

Facemask Q&A with Goblin Girl Designs’ Lori Korchok

Facemask Q&A with Shapeshifters Eli Coughlin-Galbraith

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Facemask Q&A with Stoney Michelli of Stuzo Clothing

Facemask Q&A with Dre Cortes and Lex Londino of Bows for Beaux Co.

Facemask Q&A with Alyah Baker of Show & Tell Concept Shop

Facemask Q&A with Oneita Parker of The Proper Bunny

Facemask Q&A with Fran Dunaway of TomboyX

Facemask Q&A with Dan Rugh of CommonWealth Press

Where to buy face masks
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