• Dems Push LGBT Swag

    For the first time in history, the Pentagon and senior military officials will celebrate LGBT Pride Month this year, a celebration that would have been impossible before the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell. This Navy pride t-shirt was posted on Zazzle, an online custom merchandise store.
  • Dems Push LGBT Swag

    American Veterans for Equal Rights, a non-profit group that advocates on behalf of gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual military members, sells this "Support Our Troops" tote bag featuring a pink triangle, which originated during WWII as the symbol Nazis used to distinguish men who were sent to concentration camps for being homosexual. The pink triangle is now used as a symbol of gay pride.
  • Dems Push LGBT Swag

    The Transgender American Veterans Association works with the Veteran's Health Administration to ensure transgender military members and veterans get the health benefits they qualify for. This clock sports the TAVA logo and slogan "We Served Proudly."
  • Dems Push LGBT Swag

    This coffee mug sports the American Veterans for Equal Right's slogan "Silent No More." The LGBT advocacy group pushes for equal rights from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who are serving in the armed forces.
  • Two Dads For Obama

    While President Obama's re-election campaign has, for some time, been selling swag for members of the LGBT community, it expanded its gay-friendly options following Obama's announcement last week that he supports same-sex marriage. This "my two dads support Obama" onesie sells for $20.
  • Anti-Romney Gay Marriage Swag

    While this T-shirt, posted on Zazzle, accuses Mitt Romney of flip-flopping on civil unions, Romney has been consistently against civil unions if they are "identical to marriage other than by name," as he said in an interview with KDVR-TV in Denver.
  • LGBT For Obama

    Although President Obama did not come out in support of same-sex marriage until this month, he has been courting gay voters far longer. This "LGBT for Obama" T-shirt is part of a collection of shirts, stickers and koozies for sale in the campaign store.
  • Republican Ally Keychain

    This Republican gay-rights ally keychain was designed by a Zazzle user with the screen name PoliticalGenius, who says to people frustrated with the political system, "Don't get mad; laugh." "Does your political belief system cross party lines? If you are tired of politics as usual, this is no time to be politically correct," the designer writes in the description.
  • Gays for McCain Palin

    This "Gays for McCain-Palin" button from CafePress is left over from to the 2008 presidential race. While Sarah Palin supported a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, John McCain voted against a national ban, saying it was a state issue.
  • Gay Old Party T-Shirt

    While Mitt Romney's website does not have any pro-gay rights swag, this GOP pride T-shirt was created on Zazzle, an online custom merchandise store, by a user called Republiken.
  • Gay, Pround and Conservative T-Shirt

    This "Gay, Proud AND Conservative" T-shirt was posted on CafePress, an online customizable merchandise store, by the user Patriot1st.
  • Log Cabin Republicans Pin

    The Log Cabin Republicans, a group for gay Republicans, accused Obama of having "manipulated LGBT families for political gain" when he came out in support of same-sex marriage. This swag from the pro-gay rights Republican group is selling on Zazzle.
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