Menace Apparel is for the union-loving, Nazi-punching, LGBTQIA, anti-racist, change agents, social deviants of the world. Menace Apparel was founded by a non-binary, North African indigenous, leftist, activist in Texas.
Our name pays homage to The Lavender Menace, a group in the 1970’s formed by women loving women out of a need to be included in the feminist movement. Some notable members include Rita Mae Brown, Barbara Love and Karla Jay. They were also members of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) and the National Organization for Women (NOW).
Here at Menace Apparel, we try to create designs that are unique, inclusive and push the envelope socially and politically. We speak on issues that are important to us, but will never create products that commodify the trauma and pursuit of equity and equality of marginalized groups. In other words, if you're looking for a shirt that says "Black Lives Matter", you won't find it here.
We strive to contribute to the vital intersectional fight for equal rights for everyone and donate 10% of our profits each month to a mutual aid or non-profit project. Some of those projects include:
The Bail Project
Trans Housing Coalition Atlanta
Wear how you feel, for good.