Stands announced today that it is releasing several new items for sale in celebration of Pride Month!
There are now three (actually, four!) new Embracelet charms available. The Salt and Burn Embracelet Charm Set includes two charms and are sold together. Proceeds from the sales of this charm will support charity, and the set will be available for purchase year-round.
There is also an SPN Pride Embracelet Charm available! Show your support for the LGBTQ+ community with this charm. Or, as Stands puts it, even if you just love Supernatural and rainbows, then this is the charm for you. This charm is also available for purchase year-round, and proceeds will support charity.
Rounding out the new charms is Felicia Day’s “It’s Good To Be Queen” Embracelet Charm! Everyone’s favorite Queen of the Realm wants to support The Astraea Foundation for Lesbian Justice through the sale of this charm. Learn more about Felicia’s chosen charity here. Note: this is a limited edition charm, so it will not be available year-round.
The Embracelet itself is sold separately.
Looking for some new tees? Stands has you covered. (See what I did there?) There are two new tees available to help celebrate Pride Month.
First, the Destiel Tee celebrates…cannons? As noted on the Stands website, “This may be the perfect top! It’s so versatile: you can switch it up with accessories for day or night, and it’ll never dominate your ensemble (unless you’re into that).” So thoughtful! A portion of all proceeds will benefit the ACLU.
Rounding out the announcements of new merch is the SPN Pride Tee. This tee displays the famous Supernatural anti-possession symbol in all its rainbow glory. Proceeds from this tee will benefit the It Gets Better Project and is a great way to celebrate pride this month and all year round.
As always, Stands is implementing their very popular Donor Matching Program. Read more about that below!
A little note for the #SPNFamily ❤️ and the links to our donation program:
— Stands (@Stands) June 4, 2019
Which items are you most excited about? I think Stands would agree that the correct answer to that question is “yes.” Happy Pride!