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LGBTQ lingerie

Figuring out gender is not always an easy, fast, or singular process. For some of us, understanding our relationship to gender takes years, shifts through different labels, or is defined by fluidity rather than a fixed identity. Personally, genderqueer feels like the most correct description of how I experience my gender identity. My gender lives in big, amorphous shapes that encompass but are not limited to “woman.” Though gender identity […]

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Editor’s Note: Products for this review purchased by The Lingerie Addict and the reviewer. All opinions are the author’s own. Queer-owned underwear business Tomboyx has been quietly making a name for themselves amongst folks who want well-made, fun, everyday underwear for any gender. They’ve been a favorite here at The Lingerie Addict for their wide size range and androgynous looks, but we haven’t reviewed their offerings in four years. During […]

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Disclosure: The lingerie in this review was purchased by me. All opinions are my own. I tend to associate UK brand Curvy Kate with bright, playful, and ultimately feminine aesthetics. Their bras, of which I own a good few, tend to use cheery colors, embroidered mesh, and plenty of ribbons and bows. The Victory Bra feels like a slight, but not unwelcome, departure from their signature looks. With plain mesh […]

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Queer visibility is a strange thing when discussing women’s lingerie. A lot of indie men’s underwear designers are open about being gay and specifically market toward gay men (Andrew Christian comes to mind). Indie lingerie for women, on the other hand, seems to not get marketed as “by queer/for queer.” I wonder why? Is gay male underwear seen as more distinct from straight male underwear, putting pressure on designers to […]

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