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The Lesbian Holiday Gift Guide

Lauren Tonge

It's not even Thanksgiving and we're already talking about the holidays, what are we, a huge chain store that starts putting out the Christmas decorations in October? Hey, we're not that bad! We're just trying to help you find that perfect gift before you end up running to the store on Christmas Eve only to buy a mug or some crazy socks. Yeah, mugs and socks are great, but you want to give a gift that makes someone go "WOAH!". 

In this edition of "The Perfect Holiday Gifts" we want to help you find something for your favorite lesbian. There won't be anything too stereotypical, like a toolbelt (you already have 2, you don't need more) or a rainbow flag (you have a closet full from all those pride parades). These are gifts carefully chosen, and if they aren't exactly what you're looking for, hopefully they will get you on the right track to finding that perfect item. No matter if you're looking for someone who identifies as butch, femme, or somewhere in between, these gifts will delight (you may even want some for yourself).

Subscription Boxes You Actually Want

Dollar Shave Club
If you choose to shave, you know how much it sucks to dull a razor and have to pay a boatload for new ones. Subscriptions run from $3-9 a month. Whoever you get this for is going to be like "Thank you lord Jesus I never have to pay for stupid razors again".


Bark Box
Who doesn't love spoiling their dog. And they'll love you for helping spoil their pup. 

Cute Mugs
'Cause you can't have too many mugs. Just when you think you have enough, you find one you "have to have" and promise yourself you'll never buy another.


Shiba Inu Bicycle Mug $15.99

Harry Potter Mug $19

Orange is the New Black Mug $13.95

Show Me Your Kitties Mug $13.95

Hipster Stuff

Bicycle Bottle Opener $17.95

Bike Pint Glass $12

Fox Watercolour Print $23.34

Deer Antler Necklace $18


We couldn't recommend Christmas gifts for lesbians without including some of our books.

Little Disquietude by CE Case $2.99
New York City native Leah Fisher, an actress you probably haven’t heard of, is getting her big break in the premiere of a brand new musical… All the way down in North Carolina. In Durham she meets Sophia Medina, the understudy unexpectedly playing Lady Macbeth in the theater season’s token Shakespeare play. Leah is smitten, but trying to balance lust and drama isn’t easy, especially when her director, her leading man, and the entire South might be conspiring to ruin her.

Girls Don't Hit by Geonn Cannon $4.99

Joss Kurtis kills people for a living, and she is very dedicated to her work. She has structured her entire life around her job, marrying a man and having his children to establish a stable, Midwestern family facade to hide behind. When she isn’t working she’s Jocelyn Webb, a dedicated if detached mother whose job often takes her out of town. She works for an anonymous company, contacted only by a handler who provides the names and locations of her latest target. Old or young, male or female, she doesn’t discriminate. Her methods vary, but there is one constant: never get emotionally involved.

Memoir in the Making by Adrian J. Smith $6.99

The first day of her junior year in college was supposed to go off without a hitch. But when Ainsley Jacobs sat in her memoir class with a professor she’d never had before, her life took an unexpected turn. She couldn’t get her well-dressed professor, Meredith Frenz, out of her head.
Meredith had lived a lonely yet comfortable life for the past fifteen years, and despite flings here and there, she had no desire to jump head first into a relationship, especially one with her student. Despite all her thwarted efforts, Meredith was determined to keep to herself and push Ainsley away.
Forbidden love is often the most attractive.

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