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Quear-ring Print | The Cross

Once savaged in straight summer camp discourse as a sure marker of homosexuality, the single earring has become a contemporary badge of pride. Now you can take your quear-ings from your lobes to your walls!

The Cross – For the gay who saw Madonna mount herself on a crucifix during the 2006 Confessions tour and thought: I want to be that. “I don’t really, like, believe in God though,” many of the cross-sporting queers informed us. Dangling from the right ear in matte black or silver, the cross earring suggests a dungeon-based art practice, a working knowledge of George Michael, a warning of a childhood steeped in Catholicism—and an adulthood sorely devoid of therapy. Goes well with a late 90s, Trainspotting Caesar haircut.

• Illustrated by Armando Veve.
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on matte, double thick cardstock
• Sales are used to commission writers and illustrators
• Print from the article Quear-rings Continue reading

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Gay Bread | Focaccia Print

Conventional wisdom suggests the gayest bread may be no bread at all. At its foundation, though, bread is inherently queer.

Focaccia: Much like a sexy vespa owner you met on your study abroad, this bread is charmingly dimpled, perfectly salty and has a name you can almost pronounce. Finished with an oily fingering, this bread is unquestionably queer. Equally fabulous as a sandwich bread, in lieu of pizza crust, or simply dipped in more oil, this bake is also legitimately Vers. Perfectly paired piazza-side with the latest André Aciman novel. (Yes, Elio can say fagcaccia.)

• Illustration by MouseMouse
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double thick cardstock
• From the article Our Gayly Bread
• All sales are used to commission writers and illustrators
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Gay Bread | Wonder Bread Print

Conventional wisdom suggests the gayest bread may be no bread at all. At its foundation, though, bread is inherently queer.

Wonder Bread: Superlative yet basic. Wonder Bread is chemically stripped of anything natural then supplemented with vitamins and minerals while maintaining a shockingly white and homogenous crumb, making it the instagay of baked goods. Immortalized in pop art, this bread is sliced camp.

• Illustration by MouseMouse
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double thick cardstock
• Comes with a square, brown paper envelope
• From the article Our Gayly Bread Continue reading

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Gay Bread | Sourdough Print

Conventional wisdom suggests the gayest bread may be no bread at all. At its foundation, though, bread is inherently queer.

Sourdough: Notably associated with San Francisco, this literally cultured bread is also the most high maintenance. Despite criticism that “being kneady isn’t a personality,” the more tangy this bread gets the more we desire it. A warning to home bakers: the attention demanded by this unforgiving dough could consume your entire weekend and, if you’re not careful, your life.

• Illustration by MouseMouse
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double thick cardstock
• Comes with a square, brown paper envelope
• From the article Our Gayly Bread Continue reading

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Iced Coffee Claw Print

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Frenchie Selfie | Body Print

While compiling its quarterly report on spending and housing, The InQueery’s analytics team came upon a surprising trend among gays of all socioeconomic backgrounds. It seems that in the annals of Instagram, Grindr and Scruff, no gay worth his Crossfit membership can go a day without an easy, breezy, tits-out boudoir shot featuring the hottest breed of the last five years: The French Bulldog.

• Illustrated by Eliza Reisfeld
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double THICC cardstock
• Comes with square, brown paper envelope
• Print from the article Frenchie Selfies
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Frenchie Selfie | Face Print

While compiling its quarterly report on spending and housing, The InQueery’s analytics team came upon a surprising trend among gays of all socioeconomic backgrounds. It seems that in the annals of Instagram, Grindr and Scruff, no gay worth his Crossfit membership can go a day without an easy, breezy, tits-out boudoir shot featuring the hottest breed of the last five years: The French Bulldog.

• Illustrated by Eliza Reisfeld
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double THICC cardstock
• Comes with square, brown paper envelope
• Print from the article Frenchie Selfies
• Sales are used to commission writers and illustrators Continue reading

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Frenchie Selfie | Hair Print

While compiling its quarterly report on spending and housing, The InQueery’s analytics team came upon a surprising trend among gays of all socioeconomic backgrounds. It seems that in the annals of Instagram, Grindr and Scruff, no gay worth his Crossfit membership can go a day without an easy, breezy, tits-out boudoir shot featuring the hottest breed of the last five years: The French Bulldog.

• Illustrated by Eliza Reisfeld
• 5 in x 5 in
• Printed on luxe matte, double THICC cardstock
• Comes with square, brown paper envelope
• Print from the article Frenchie Selfies
• Sales are used to commission writers and illustrators Continue reading

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Iced Coffee Claw T-Shirt

When you’re queer, it’s iced coffee season 365 days a year! Show everyone you’re a member of the community even if you don’t have a nice cold brew at the ready to jangle around town.

• Illustration by Armando Veve
• 100% fine jersey cotton
• Fabric weight: 4.3 oz/y² (146 g/m²)
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Double-stitched
• Sourced from the US
• All proceeds go towards commissioning writers and illustrators

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The InQueery Semi-Annual Report Magazine

The InQueery’s first ever print publication! This semi-annual report highlights some of our most cutting edge research and findings from over the last 3 years, including a roundup of the gayest types of bread, an exposé on gayliens, queer jewelry signaling and more! This issue features 13 articles and artwork from 12 illustrators.

• Full color
• 32 pages
• 8 inches x 10 inches
• Hand bound with variegated rainbow thread
• Printed in Philadelphia

Designed by Stephanie Rudig

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