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LGBTQ+ Affiliate Marketing Programs You Can Promote Today

Posted 8 months ago by Jordan Sanders

June marks Pride Month when the LGBTQ+ community comes together to celebrate across the globe in a number of different ways. Every year, during the month of June, the LGBTQ+ community celebrates in a number of different ways. Why was June chosen? Because it is when the Stonewall Riots took place, way back in 1969.

So can you utilise commerce content to support Pride Month? Of course and you should if you’re in for the fight for equality. 

Below we have collated a list of affiliate programs you can promote that are either founded by LGBTQ+ persons, ambassadors for equality year-round and/or support important social initiatives in the community. 

TomboyX <Underwear>

TomboyX is a queer-founded underwear brand dedicated to empowering our LGBTQ+ community year-round, and advocating for equal representation and celebration of all people. They are proud to design and manufacture thoughtful, beautifully-made products for all bodies and needs, of all sizes and across the gender spectrum.

Access TomboyX’s Affiliate Program here.


Etsy <Misc>

Etsy is the global marketplace for unique and creative goods. It’s home to a universe of special, extraordinary items, from unique handcrafted pieces to vintage treasures. Etsy has committed to embracing differences in a community and is home to a huge variety of small businesses supporting and/or founded in the LGBTQ+ community.

Access Etsy’s Affiliate Program here.


Babeland <Sex Toys>

Babeland is an adult toy store that believes in all things pleasure related. However, they stress that in order to truly promote pleasure, we have to be aware of all of the other aspects that allow for pleasure- especially sexual pleasure- to exist. Accessibility to education, healthcare, housing, socioeconomic equity, and freedoms are all essential to anyone’s ability to achieve pleasure. Currently they are supporting some amazing organisations including but not limited to Sex Down South uplifting the voices of marginalised voices, and The Transgender Law Centre advocating for and providing legal support to the trans community. 

Access Babeland’s Affiliate Program here. <Books> is an online bookshop with a mission to financially support local, independent bookshops. They have created an easy, convenient way for you to get your books and support independent bookshops at the same time. have a variety of lists to inspire your next choice including LGBTQ+ non-fiction, queer parenting books, classic LGBTQ+ literature, and more. 

Access’s Affiliate Program here. 


We Are Fluide <Skincare>

We Are Fluide is a mission-driven beauty brand that creates vegan, cruelty-free and paraben-free cosmetics designed for all skin shades and gender expressions. By providing a platform to amplify the voices of queer and gender-expansive identities and showcasing queer beauty, they hope to inspire others to create their identities on their own terms.

Access We Are Fluide’s Affiliate Program here. 

TANAïS <Beauty & Fragrance>

TANAïS is an independent beauty & fragrance house addressing the need for ritual and self-care in this frenetic world, largely in part because of their background as a community organizer and arts educator. Their work is multi-disciplinary, dynamic, intersectional, inclusive and feminist, and they bring this ethos to every aspect of the brand.

Access TANAÏS’s Affiliate Program here. 


Adidas <Apparel>

This Pride month, Adidas have collaborates with queer Australian artist, Kris Andrew Small, in support of the LGBTQ+ community. The goal for the collection was to bring visibility to the many voices of the LGBTQ+ community, honouring those who continue to push society forward. We’re excited to continue our partnerships with two very important and impactful organizations that both work tirelessly to create impactful change. Athlete Ally is focused on ending homophobia and transphobia in sport, and Stonewall UK has spent the last 30 years positively transforming the lives of many in the LGBTQ+ community.

Access Adidas’ Affiliate Program here. 


Equator Coffee <Coffee>

Equator Coffee is a socially responsible coffee house based in the US. They are committed to providing coffee to all. $1 from every bag of Mary Sue and Susan’s Las Rosas Colombia coffee will be donated both to the Los Angeles LGBT Center and Regarding Her

Access Equator Coffee’s Affiliate Program here. 


Ticketmaster <Events>

Ticketmaster’s ‘Pride Nation’, made up of LGBTQ+ employees and allies that educates, builds understanding and promotes an inclusive and welcoming environment for all Ticketmaster employees and our surrounding communities, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity/expression. The brand also donate to Stonewall UK and the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Access Ticketmaster’s Affiliate Program here. 


Andie Swim <Swimwear>

LQBTQ+ founded swimwear brand, Andie, aims to make swimsuit shopping a breeze with stylish staples engineered for modern life.No more adjusting, tugging, or pulling: just well-made, well-cut suits that look great, keep everything where it should be, and feel so comfortable.

Access Andie Swim’s Affiliate Program here.

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