The very best LGBT cards on the web
In the past, cards for the LGBT community could be hard to find, but not today!
Card companies across the world have embraced this gap in the market with open arms and are seeing sales of LGBT themed cards skyrocket.
We’ve brought the best of them together in this helpful list for every occasion, offering the most diverse, colourful (and offensive) of cards for the LGBT community.
Here you’ll find cards for birthgays, coming out, civil unions, gay weddings, same-sex couple valentine’s cards, encouragement and support cards, and just about anything you could possibly want to feature a drag queen and a terrible pun.
1. Offical Gay Card – Funny LGBT card
Ah. Who doesn’t remember the taunts of the school bully: “You’ve dropped your gay card!”
Hahahahahahahahahahaha. Ha. Ha. You got me, Rhys. Yes, I have my Clubcard, Rhys. Can I get a hand with packing, Rhys?
Now you can turn those playground taunts into a bonafide badge of honour – give the gift of the gay card, a fabulous cut-out-and keep addition to any Paco Rabanne wallet. Don’t forget to flash it at Rhys as he stacks your wine on top of your eggs.
2. Rather Do Life With – Lesbian Card
Things getting a little too spicy for the pepper?
Don’t worry, we’ve got you. Why not keep it a tad more *wholesome* with this lovey-dovey lesbian card. Awww.
3. Dixie Normus – Funny Drag Related Card
Since the explosion in the popularity of Ru Paul’s Drag Race you can’t MOVE for drag. Drag on Instagram, drag on YouTube, drag on TV… it’s everywhere you look. And of course, a mainstay of drag is a punny name. Who wouldn’t want to receive a card featuring a pink-haired drag queen screaming about genitals?
4. Butterflies In My Vagina – Sexual Card
Let your girlfriend know that she makes you feel all fuzzy inside (your vagina) with this suggestive number.
5. Love you gays – Funny gay card
Heh heh. Get it? Like guys, but they’re gAY. This blank card is perfect for gay weddings, gay pregnancy announcements, gay celebrations or just to show any homosexual couple you care.
6. Yas Queen! – Gay Birthday Card
Do you love the fab five? Does your friend?
Then get them a card that screams “YAS QUEEN” for their birthday. You know cause Jonathan isn’t there to do it for you.
7. Congratulations Lezzers – Lesbian Wedding/Engagement card
Sometimes, you just want something on-the-nose. Like, really on-the-nose. You want to congratulate that special lesbian couple in your friendship group, but also want them to know that you’re not above casual homophobia. That’s right. Eat it, lezzers.
8. Glad you’re you – Transgender card
Transgender cards have been a huge gap-in-the-market for too long. But savvy card makers and sellers are now wising up to this newly-liberated celebration of identity, meaning more cute transgender cards like this for you to send to your trans pals.
9. Match made in heaven – Gay wedding card
Gay wedding cards should be as unique as the individuals – and what better way to bring glory to their union than anointing it with the praise or the local vicar and comparing it to the greatest love story of all time? Bonus points if your names Michael. And you’re 47. From Chelmsford. And you’ve shagged them… Both. Eep. Hopefully this one doesn’t blow up in your face, Michael.
10. En(gay)gement – Gay Engagement card
*Tyra Banks voice* Engagement, but then make it GAY.
Are you looking for some inspirational gay quotes that you could include inside your card?
Check out some of our favourites below!
“Openness may not completely disarm prejudice, but it’s a good place to start.”- Jason Collins, first openly gay athlete in U.S. pro sports
“When all Americans are treated as equal, no matter who they are or whom they love, we are all more free.”- Barack Obama
“This world would be a whole lot better if we just made an effort to be less horrible to one another.”- Ellen Page
“Why is it that, as a culture, we are more comfortable seeing two men holding guns than holding hands?”- Author Ernest J. Gaines
“This is why homophobia is a terrible evil: it disguises itself as concern while it is inherently hate.” ― Tyler Oakley
“I hate the word homophobia. It’s not a phobia. You’re not scared. You’re an asshole.”- Morgan Freeman
“It takes some intelligence and insight to figure out you’re gay and then a tremendous amount of balls to live it and live it proudly.”- Jason Bateman
“Every gay and lesbian person who has been lucky enough to survive the turmoil of growing up is a survivor. Survivors always have an obligation to those who will face the same challenges.”- Writer/actor Bob Paris
“I’m living by example by continuing on with my career and having a full, rich life, and I am incidentally gay.” – Portia DeRossi
“I think being gay is a blessing, and it’s something I am thankful for every single day.” – Anderson Cooper
“Somebody, your father or mine, should have told us that not many people have ever died of love. But multitudes have perished, and are perishing every hour–and in the oddest places! -for the lack of it.”- Author James Baldwin
“We should indeed keep calm in the face of difference, and live our lives in a state of inclusion and wonder at the diversity of humanity.”- George Takei
“What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, it’s curved like a road through mountains.” – Tennessee Williams
“Who would give a law to lovers? Love is unto itself a higher law.” – Boethius
“You look ridiculous if you dance
You looks ridiculous if you don’t dance
So you might as well dance.” – Gertrude Stein
“When I was in the military, they gave me a medal for killing two men and a discharge for loving one.” — Tombstone of Leonard Matlovich (1943–1988)
“Being gay has given me a deeper understanding of what it means to be in the minority…it’s made me more empathetic…it’s also given me the skin of a rhinoceros, which comes in handy when you’re the CEO of Apple.” — Tim Cook, CEO of Apple
“I am celebrating LGBT Pride Month to honor those who have stood up for the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness no matter who we are or who we love.” — Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook