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Seventh.Ink Is Giving Away Free T-Shirts!

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Win this shirt! Or you know...another one! Whichever you like, baby!

We here at Unicorn Booty are proud to announce the return of featured gay-friendly businesses. Devoted fans will remember we gave away fantastic prizes from fabulous companies last year every day of the week. Vacations in Ireland, an Apple iPad, a week’s worth of Diesel undies – we did it all.

Today, one of our favorite gay-friendly companies rejoins us to give away some super rad t-shirts!

Seventh.Ink is a one man clothing company that is constantly coming out with new designs intended to knock your socks off. The newly released Spring Line features a variety of fresh designs including Lucky Brains, Diabolic Sugar Skull, Super Pavario, and the Irish Green Logo Tee. All Seventh.Ink shirts are printed on American Apparel and ship with stickers.

Shirt Giveaway
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Santa's Last Stand could be yours!

Want to win a Seventh.Ink shirt of your own? Seventh.Ink is giving a shirt to two lucky people! All you have to do is post a comment on the Seventh.Ink Facebook wall with your favorite design and you could win! The winners can choose the free shirt of their choice, it just has to be one that is in stock.

A few more fun things going on with Seventh.Ink right now are:

New Domain Celebration/Contest

$7 Shirt Sale

Spring Line Pre-Order Sale

Visit Seventh.Ink’s website to learn more about the brand and see what’s happening.

P.S.- While we’ve got your attention, now would be a wonderful time for you to meet Seventh.Ink’s favorite LGBT organization, MAP.

Founded in 2006, the Movement Advancement Project is an independent think tank that provides rigorous research, insight and analysis that help speed equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.

MAP’s work helps educate and persuade public audiences (such as policymakers, allied organizations and funders, media and the American public) and helps support LGBT movement audiences (including LGBT organizations and advocates, and LGBT funders).

If MAP is speaking your language, get on over to their site and get involved!