During the Holocaust, Nazis forced people they labeled as queer to wear inverted pink triangles. But more recently, pink triangles have been reclaimed by the LGBT+ community and have been seen at gay rights protests worldwide. The inverted pink triangle has since become a symbol of pride and a reminder of both what we have survived and the resiliency to come after.
***THIS DESIGN IS ON THE BACK***
Garment color: Black
100% cotton makes this super comfy
Light and durable fabric for lasting wear
Runs true to size, take your usual size
Made with pride in Los Angeles, CA
5% of proceeds are donated to LGBTQ+ charities
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