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There are over a hundred LGBTQIA2S+ identities

Are you asking yourself if you read that correctly?

Yes, over a hundred, and possibly even more.

Some people prefer a broader identity while others feel seen, validated, and represented by identities that are more precise.

Visit our glossary
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But so many of us only know about a few

Most people know about LGBT. Fewer know about QIA2S.

Our goal is to help people learn more about the plus!

LGBT stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender.
QIA stands for Queer, Intersex, and Asexual.
2S stands for Two-Spirit, an exclusively Indigenous cultural, spiritual, sexual, and gender identity.

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Let's learn together!

How can we learn more? Get sticker packs for you and your friends. Use the glossary on this website and share it with those around you. Tag us on TikTok and Instagram when you use your stickers.

Let's get the word out there!

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Image of the historic Stonewall Inn sign, © New York Public Library

Supporting the community

We are currently restructuring and want you to know that our goal is to build community, not profit.

Donations in exchange for sticker packs will be used to foster community and shared with LGBTQIA2S+ causes. We will be transparent about our material and labor costs. We will partner with as many Queer folks and folks of other marginalized identities—including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, disabled folks, and more—to propel this effort forward.

Did you notice this typeface?

It's Marsha, designed by Tré Seals at Vocal Type Co. Deliberately choosing BIPOC and Queer designers is another way we support our community.

From Vocal Type's website
"This typeface is inspired by the vertical sign that once hung outside of Stonewall, and named after Marsha P. Johnson. Marsha was an African-American, transgender woman from New Jersey, whose activism in the 1960s and 70s made her one of the most prominent figures in the Stonewall uprising of 1969."

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About our design

The flag designs and color combinations existed well before Mimi & Coco Pride Co was born. We wanted to represent the flags and therefore, the identities, in a fun way, which led us to the asymmetrical rainbows.

Check them out!