Get Your Autostraddle-Exclusive Jenifer Prince Print This Pride!

Alert! News! Important News! Pride news, even!  Jenifer Prince created this Autostraddle-exclusive print that is now available for pre-order in our store. This print will only ever be available with Autostraddle. And, in even better news, Autostraddle Plus members can get $7 off this print. The non-member price is $36, but A+ members can purchase the print for $29 (+ tax, shipping). This print is never going to go on sale, so the A+ member discount is the only discount this print will ever have.

Here’s the plan: Join A+ for $4 / month or $30 / year (or more if you want perks), get $7 off this gorgeous print, come to the A+ Pride Pop-Up Discord Server, read delectable A+ content, spend your money with the gays this Pride, keep queer media alive for everyone, step up and feel good about your choices. 💖

This! You Can Hang This! On Your Wall!

From left to right, an old-comic-style illustration depicts queer couples at a kiss-in protest. On the left is a 1920s Black, Harlem-Renaissance-esque butch / femme couple. The butch person is in a tan suit with bowler hat, the femme in a black flapper dress with fringe. They both have full arms and bodies. Then, to the right of them and in the foreground, is an interracial 1970s couple. A tall woman in white tank and blue jeans leans down to kiss a Black woman in a yellow tee wearing a beige skirt. She has an afro and orange tinted glasses and is wearing a "pride" button. Then to the right is a couple from the 1950s, one with light white skin and one with beige skin, about the same height. The light skinned person has blonde, shoulder length hair and is wearing period appropriate shorts and a knit turtleneck top. The person she is kissing has dark hair wrapped on the top of her head, and is wearing a collared shirt and a full skirt. To the right is a couple from the 1990s kissing, both are masc, and one on the left has medium brown skin and is using a crutch, the one on the right has orange hair and light skin. They are also kissing. The one on the left also has a red and black plaid shirt tied around their waist and the person they are kissing is wearing an ADA pin.

“Kiss-In” print by Jenifer Prince. A celebration of queer protest and, honestly, smooching throughout the decades. From the left to the right, a 1920’s couple, a 1970’s couple, a 1950’s couple, and a 1990’s couple. (The above version is watermarked, real version is not.)

Print Info: This 12.5 inch wide, 10 inch tall artwork is printed on textured fine art matte paper. This paper is acid- and lignin-free for archival storage, features a lightly textured watercolor surface finish, and is water-resistant to prevent smearing.

A+ Member Discount Info: You should have an email in your inbox about this! With the code! It’s in the last A+ e-news from Saturday. If you join today, check the A+ email newsletter this Saturday and every week of Pride month for your code. After June, I’ll update this post so that it’s behind the paywall and I’ll include the discount code here.

What are you waiting for? Run, dash, scurry or hurry your way to join Autostraddle Plus and the Autostraddle Store to be one of the first to hang this beautiful ode to being here and queer on your gay wall. It’s Pride and we are keeping our money 100% gay!

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Nico Hall

Nico Hall is a Team Writer for Autostraddle (formerly Autostraddle's A+ and Fundraising Director and For Them's Membership and Editorial Ops person.) They write nonfiction both creative — and the more straightforward variety, too, as well as fiction. They are currently at work on a secret longform project. Nico is also haunted. You can find them on Twitter and Instagram. Here's their website, too.

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