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These Pride collections that give back have the gays opening their wallets & looking fierce

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“This Is Love” collection—tanks, tees, trunks, thongs, jock strops, and more—for which Jeremy Pope and Cara Delevingne stripped down to their rainbow-printed Calvins and lip-synced to Crystal Waters’ “100% Pure Love.”Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.Pride Month is here, and we’re already obsessed.Levi’s Pride 2024 collection, meanwhile, is celebrating LGBTQ rodeo culture, with tops and bottoms festooned with rhinestones and gold-coated denim—and Orville Peck, Bronze Avery, and Violet Chachki among the famous faces modeling the looks.Converse’s “Proud to Be” collection also features Western-inspired styles, as well as shoes with harness-like embellishments and Chuck Taylors customizable with various pride-flag motifs.And American Eagle’s Pride Shop boasts gender-neutral clothing, including T-shirts with prismatic prints reading “Queer,” “Proud,” and “Ally.”And it’s not just pandering.

Calvin Klein has committed more than $240,000 to organizations including ILGA World and Transgender Law Center so far this year.

Levi’s makes an annual donation of $100,000 to Outright International, an organization advancing human rights for LGBTQ people all over the world.

Converse has donated nearly $3 million to local, national, and international organizations since its annual Pride campaign launched in 2015.

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