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New Gay Tees at American Apparel


Following the success of their "Legalize Gay" T-shirt, American Apparel has released two more shirts with pro-gay messages.

They're part of the company's Library Series, a collection of four poly-cotton blend T-shirts feature black-and-white newspaper photographs from the 1980s. One shirt has an image of two men joined together marching in the 1984 West Hollywood gay pride parade.

The second, titled Anti-Homophobe Rally, shows protesters demonstrating outside of an Anaheim hotel in 1989. One man holds a sign reading "Love cures homophobia."

American Apparel has become more vocal about their support for LGBT issues. The clothing retailer released their "Legalize Gay" T-shirt in November 2008, following the passage of Proposition 8, and later partnered with the Human Rights Campaign to release a special edition of the tee.

According to the company's website, "With many of our employees and customers identifying as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered, we are a company that is vocal about our support for the protection of gay rights."

The new T-shirts are available on American Apparel's website and in stores for $30.

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