Pride In Our Work: How Our Clients Empower The LGBTQ+Community

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Pride In Our Work: How Our Clients Empower The LGBTQ+Community

At Little Leaf Agency, the companies we work with must have the same values as us. We pride ourselves on partnering with brands that take action. Everyone on our roster works hard to create a positive, inclusive impact that echoes worldwide. Pride is a time when we not only champion the rights of the LGBTQ+ community but acknowledge that this is a time to advocate for equality and protest against the strife they face daily. In honor of this month, we want to celebrate how the companies that support LGBTQ+ rights use their influence for good.

1. Good Vibes

Born in San Francisco, the home of LGBTQ+ rights, Good Vibes is no stranger to embracing marginalized communities and marketing to them so they know their voices are being heard. The sex-positive retailer has a history of partnering with LGBTQ+ non-profits, and their retail offerings go far beyond a cis-het demographic. Founded by sex therapist and educator Joani Blank, Good Vibes has been around since 1977 and is one of the pioneers of providing accessible, accurate information on sex and high-quality sex toys. 

good vibrations storefront

Along with working with queer writers like Sara Youngblood Gregory for their blog, they donate to the trans rights movement via the Transgender Law Center. Additionally, Good Vibes sponsors Crash Pad Series, an LGBTQ+ adult entertainment company that showcases the nuances of queer sexual desire. The retailer always keeps the Crash Pad Series crew stocked with supplies like condoms, lube, dams, and gloves.

2. Babeland

Opened up in 1993, this queer-owned sex shop was founded due to the absence of women-friendly sex toy retailers in Seattle, Washington. With a founder who is part of the LGBTQ+ community, Babeland made it a priority to cater to this audience. They always have incredible offerings for Pride and even have a full gender affirmation product selection that works to reduce dysphoria in people. 


Their in-person stores are staffed with trained sex educators to help empower people and have more autonomy over their sexuality, with queer sexpert Lisa Finn at the helm of Babeland education. Like Good Vibes, they donate to the Transgender Law Center. They often collaborate with queer and gender-diverse creators on their blog, such as Eva Bloom and Archie, ensuring they’re paid fairly. 

3. Fun Factory

German-engineered sex toy brand Fun Factory has been a trailblazer in inclusive sex toys since 1996. Nobody should feel left out when shopping for toys, and this company offers some of the most versatile products on the market to benefit a range of lifestyles and identities. They were the first brand to use bold, bright colors on sex toys as opposed to toys that resemble genitals, which can improve gender dysphoria. 

fun factory manta

From cock rings and anal play toys to strapless strap-ons and innovative vibrators for men, women, and everyone in between, Fun Factory is dedicated to constantly evolving and making more toys in “the grey area” that applies to different individuals. Their latest offering, RYDE, is one of their most multifunctional toys yet! 

4. Uberlube

Uberlube is one of the best silicone lubes recommended by OB-GYNs and is a favorite within the LGBTQ+ community. They sponsor numerous LGBTQ+ events throughout the year (both financially and by providing free samples) and are one of the main sponsors that funds My Ex GF Football Team, a football team for women, trans, and non-binary people.

Uberlube Ex-Girlfriends FC

Ex-Girlfriends FC is a UK football club dedicated to “watching our exes sweat” as their Instagram bio puts it, is the UK’s first football team for women, trans, and non-binary people. When the social media lead at uberlube came across this inclusive and creative sports team, they knew a sponsorship was destined to be!

5. Erika Lust

Working with diverse performers and content showcasing all kinds of relationships, sex-positive adult cinema creator Erika Lust is all about representation and making people feel seen.  Everyone can find someone to relate to in ErikaLust cinema. She also prioritizes having LGBTQ+ people behind the camera in positions of authority and aims to normalize that in adult content and beyond. 

Erika Lust

The filmmaker’s platform seeks to create a safer world and a more respectful attitude towards POC, women, and the LGBTQ+ community, giving voices to those who haven’t always been given a seat at the table. 

6. Eye of Love

Pheromone perfumes have taken the fragrance market by storm, blending science with sumptuous scents to make people more appealing to others. Whether they’re earning you more tips, making a better impression at work, or earning your crush’s attention, Eye of Love fragrances get results from the bedroom to the boardroom. 

eye of love matchmaker collection

In the past, pheromone perfumes were traditionally marketed for men and women to attract people of the opposite sex, but Eye Of Love’s “Attract Them” LGBTQ+ perfume and cologne is designed to cater to everyone on the spectrum who don’t identify with binary terms.

7. BasisDx

STI testing is essential for a healthy LGBTQ+ community, and no one knows that better than BasisDx. This advanced testing company is the first STI testing company that’s PASS-certified, making it an accessible way for sex workers, adult performers, and the general public to get rapid and accurate results from the safety of their homes. 


Having the option to test for STIs (and receive follow-up telemedicine consultations) from home from home) rather than travel to a clinic can be a safer option for members of the LGBTQ+ community who don’t feel comfortable going to a clinic, don’t have the time, or lack access to visit one locally.



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