In honor of Pride, we sought out inspiring individuals in the LGBTQ+ community and asked them: How do you actually identify? No labels. No expectations. Here, see how fun—and moving—true individuality can really be.
Introducing the Shave With Pride Set: Each has an iridescent handle that’s a little bit different, just like every one of us. Even better? 100% of profits are donated to LGBTQ+ causes.
Jonathan Van Ness
Groomer & TV Personality
Netflix’s uplifting (and often sob-inducing) Queer Eye struck a cultural nerve this year, in large part due to the boundless energy and spirit of Jonathan Van Ness. His signature feel-good affirmations and wonderfully flamboyant witticisms—delivered at hyperspeed—have made him the show’s breakout star.See more
Dr. Ranj Singh
Pediatrician & TV Host
Dr. Ranj Singh found his calling working with kids, but his pediatric duties are just one facet of his life. As a TV presenter in the U.K., Singh uses his platform to approach public health holistically, encouraging young people to be healthy and happy, inside and out.See more
iO Tillett Wright
Author & Activist
Growing up, iO Tillett Wright’s parents let him live a radically independent life, free of expectations and labels. At the age of six, he started to grapple with gender identity—and now, as an adult, Wright is still evolving, growing, and showing everyone what it’s like to be comfortable in your own skin.See more
Tia Simon-Campbell and Nadine Davis
Event Producers & Community Builders
As black, queer women, Tia Simon-Campbell and Nadine Davis were in need of a respite for the constant feeling of being othered. So they began creating all-inclusive events geared towards London’s queer and trans people of color, where their community can just exist—simply, safely, happily.See more
Author & Activist
With his new memoir, No Ashes in the Fire, Darnell Moore set out to write the book his sixteen-year-old self needed. Moore generously shares what are often intimate, painful memories of his experiences reckoning with his own identity—and how it’s existed across lines of race, sexuality, and class.See more
“I don’t say ‘coming out.’ I say ‘inviting in.’”
Jake & Hannah Graf
Writer-Director and Army Captain
Jake and Hannah Graf, both transgender, suddenly found themselves becoming community leaders simply as a result of falling in love. Jake (a filmmaker) and Hannah (a captain in the British Army) are now redefining what a modern relationship can look like.See more
Everyone featured above picked an LGBTQ+ charity that holds special meaning for them. We’re distributing 100% of profits from our Shave With Pride Set to each of those causes. Here, find the full list of charities, and explore what they’re all about.