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We went through Santa’s sleigh to find the 12 best gifts for the LGBTQ+ elf in your life

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jockstraps stockings with care, prepare those cookies for your favorite daddy Santa, and get ahead of your holiday shopping.

As is tradition during this time of year, we’ve put together the ultimate holiday gift guide for the LGBTQ+ elf in your life.

And per usual, we’ve hitched ourselves to Santa’s sleigh and found some of the more, ahem, left of center gifts out there. Think: quirky and fun, with many items made by and for the queer community.

God knows we don’t need anymore rainbow socks!Check out what we’re buying our loved ones for Christmas this year, below…Co-authored by Vanessa Li and Bowen Goh, LGBTQ+ owners of astrology-themed bar Mood Ring in Brooklyn, NY, Margarita in Retrograde: Cocktails for Every Sign is a cocktail recipe book that promises to “give you the tools you need to pay tribute to the sign of your choice.” And make no mistake, these aren’t your mama’s recipes!

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