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Photograph: Alvina LaiMichele Keeler Home 22” x 36” Turkish bath mat, $32 (after June 30 $40), at loveandpride.com. Five percent of each sale goes to your choice of the Matthew Shepard Foundation (matthewshepard.org), Human Rights Campaign (hrc.org), Marriage Equality USA (marriageequality.org) or the Mercury Phoenix Trust (freddieforaday.com).
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Photograph: Alvina LaiLomography La Sardina Capri Punta Carena camera, $109, at giftsthatgive.com. Twenty percent of each sale goes to the charity of your choice. Choose from more than 2,000 LGBT organizations, including Youth Live Out Loud (liveoutloud.info), Marriage Equality USA (marriageequality.org), the National LGBT Cancer Network (cancer-network.org) and the Anti-Violence Project (avp.org).
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Proposition Love Jewelry Marbled Infinity ceramic bracelet, $50, at propositionlove.com. Ten percent of each sale goes to NOH8 Campaign (noh8campaign.com).
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HRC Equality sunglasses, $9, at shop.hrc.org. One hundred percent of proceeds goes to Human Rights Campaign (hrc.org).
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The Tie the Knot Collection the Runyon, the Berkeley and the Soho bowties, $25 each, at thetiebar.com. $20 from each sale goes to Tie the Knot (tietheknot.org).
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Photograph: Melissa SinclairPatricia Field embroidered snapback cap, $36, at Patricia Field, 306 Bowery between Bleecker and E Houston Sts (212-966-4066, patriciafield.com). Ten percent of each sale goes to the Ali Forney Center (aliforneycenter.org).
7/16
Nest Fragrances White Narcisse gift set (includes a body wash, body cream and fragrance), $98, at giftsthatgive.com. Twenty percent of each sale goes to the charity of your choice. Choose from more than 2,000 LGBT organizations, including Youth Live Out Loud (liveoutloud.info), Marriage Equality USA (marriageequality.org), the National LGBT Cancer Network (cancer-network.org) and the Anti-Violence Project (avp.org).
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Booty Parlor Kissaholic Aphrodisiac lip stain, $15 (after June 30 $19), at loveandpride.com. Five percent of each sale goes to your choice of the Matthew Shepard Foundation (matthewshepard.org), Human Rights Campaign (hrc.org), Marriage Equality USA (marriageequality.org) or the Mercury Phoenix Trust (freddieforaday.com).
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Nike Free 5.0 EXT SP #BETRUE sneakers, $115, at Nike, locations throughout the city; visit nike.com. One hundred percent of proceeds goes to LGBT Sports Coalition (outsports.com).
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Zumreed Retro over-the-ear headphones, $65, at giftsthatgive.com. Twenty percent of each sale goes to the charity of your choice. Choose from more than 2,000 LGBT organizations, including Youth Live Out Loud (liveoutloud.info), Marriage Equality USA (marriageequality.org), the National LGBT Cancer Network (cancer-network.org) and the Anti-Violence Project (avp.org).
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Proposition Love Jewelry sterling-silver infinity heart pendant, $195, at propositionlove.com. Ten percent of each sale goes to NOH8 Campaign (noh8campaign.com).
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CB2 by Strand Design Out and About recycled-rubber messenger bag, $80, available through Sun 30 at CB2, 451 Broadway between Grand and Howard Sts; 212-219-1454 • 979 Third Ave at 58th St; 212-355-7974 • cb2.com. $30 of every purchase goes to the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (glsen.org) in partnership with USA Network Characters Unite (charactersunite.com).
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Photograph: Alvina Lai2(x)ist Ibiza woven swim trunks, $29, at loveandpride.com. Five percent of each sale goes to your choice of the Matthew Shepard Foundation (matthewshepard.org), Human Rights Campaign (hrc.org), Marriage Equality USA (marriageequality.org) or the Mercury Phoenix Trust (freddieforaday.com).
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Photograph: Melissa SinclairGive a Damn Campaign Alan Cumming You Don’t Need to Be Straight T-shirt, $22, at rockandrolltshirts.com. One hundred percent of proceeds goes to the Give a Damn Campaign (wegiveadamn.org).
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Proposition Love Jewelry Iconic Triangle Design Cobalt ring, $280, at propositionlove.com. Ten percent of each sale goes to NOH8 Campaign (noh8campaign.com).
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Photograph: Alvina LaiBestCollective burnout chambray-pocket tee, $32, at loveandpride.com. Five percent of each sale goes to your choice of the Matthew Shepard Foundation (matthewshepard.org), Human Rights Campaign (hrc.org), Marriage Equality USA (marriageequality.org) or the Mercury Phoenix Trust (freddieforaday.com).

Trend watch: Charitable LGBT products for Gay Pride Month in NYC

If you can’t make it to the Pride March on June 30, show your support by purchasing one of these stylish items, which donate a portion of proceeds to a worthy cause.

By Rachel LeWinter
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June is Gay Pride Month in NYC, which means there are many events and parties taking place to support LGBT rights. Show your support even further by shopping for products—such as rainbow-colored Lomography cameras, Patricia Field snapback caps or CB2 messenger bags—that donate a portion of proceeds to a worthy cause.

Follow Rachel LeWinter on Twitter: @Rachel_LeWinter

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