Equal Period an organization empowering the LGBTQ community by creating clothing for a more diverse set of body types, identities, and individuals. $10 from every item purchased goes to an established LGBTQ nonprofit, and the customer picks what goes where.
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At the end of 2015 - Equal Period is excited to share...
January 1, 2016 - New York, New York
Talking Body Positivity In The Advocate.
October 14, 2015 - Click To View Article
From Pilot Project To Legit Business! Equal Period Is Here.
September 15, 2015 - New York, New York
After a 6 month pilot period, Project Comfort is moving to a legit business. Introducing, Equal Period - our new name & status is just one of the great new things we're rolling out into 2016. Woo hoo!
Check Us Out In Curve Magazine!
September 9, 2015 - Click To View Article
Point5cc & Project Comfort Collaborate For LGBTQ Good!
July 11, 2015 - Click To View Article
First Round Of Donations Are Complete!
June 30, 2015 - New York, New York
With just 60 days in business, the end of the second quarter of this year came quickly!
However, Project Comfort is proud to announce that our customers contributed $1,930 to the 5 different LGBTQ nonprofits in our network; with donations balanced & distributed between each organization.
Announcing the launch of Clothing For Equality™
May 1, 2015 - New York, New York
The LGBTQ clothing industry just got good.
Project Comfort is excited to introduce Clothing for Equality™ and their interpretation of gender conscious apparel. Creating clothing for a more diverse set of individuals & identities. With a goal of providing something that LGBTQ individuals can feel comfortable in and empowered by.
And what’s better than looking good? Doing good. Project Comfort keeps community close to heart, $10 from every item purchased goes to an established LGBTQ nonprofit in their nonprofit network, and the customer picks what goes where.
Looking to spark positive conversation about gender, sexuality, identity, and their roles in fashion, Project Comfort hopes to push the boundaries of Masculine-Male and Feminine-Female that exist in fashion now, and instead provide more inclusive clothing options.
Vowing to “make positive change, not pocket change”, Project Comfort looks to the numerous LGBTQ nonprofits across the country whose efforts need backing, even if the support comes in a micro-finance-fashion.
Project Comfort eventually hopes to be a regular source of donation income for these organizations, while spreading positivity around the importance of self-expression.