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September 29 is National Coffee Day! It’s coffee’s day to shine, and we want to help your favorite caffeinated beverage look its best and show some pride. So we fueled up on coffee and surfed the web for mugs that are as queer as you. Check out our fabulous finds.


This gay AF mug

Mug with an illustration of a narwhal over a rainbow that says "gay af"

Who could resist that beautiful sea unicorn? Buy from ConfettiCNT on Etsy.


This mug that captures your affinity for flannels

A white mug that says hot stuff in plaid bubble letters

Let the ladies know that you’re hot stuff and never forget that the liquid in your mug could burn your tongue if you’re not careful. Buy from Jeannie Bates Designs on Etsy.


This fluid vessel for the gender fluid

A mug that says gender fluid, drink up haters

Coffee doesn’t conform to the gender binary and neither do you! Buy on Look Human.


This mug that loves your pronouns

A white, heart-shaped mug that says they them

When you’re just not feeling like correcting your co-workers when they use the wrong pronouns, this mug will do the work for you. Buy from makegoodchoicesshop on Etsy.


This mug that celebrates trans women

You’re awesome, so you should celebrate yourself every day—even if all you do is treat yourself to a hot cup of coffee. Buy from FabulouslyFeminist on Etsy. You can also buy a Celebrate Trans Men mug.


This PANtastic mug

This unicorn is pretty in pink—and yellow and blue. Buy from Look Human.


This mug that’s asking the real questions

White mug that says why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you could just be quiet?

Why be racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic when you could just be quiet? Buy from Society6.


This mug for folks who like coffee and tea

Why limit yourself to one? Buy from Look Human.


Annie Brown
Annie Brown
Annie Brown is a communications professional in the Washington, D.C. area who’s dabbled in writing, editing, and social media for Tagg since 2016. Her favorite things in life include corgis and coffee.