2022 Pride Collection Now Available at Walt Disney World, 100% of Profits Benefiting LGBTQIA+ Organizations

Following the controversy surrounding the “Don’t Say Gay” bill in Florida, Disney’s 2022 pride collection is now available at Walt Disney World. This year’s collection is the first to be branded the Disney Pride Collection, instead of the Rainbow Disney Collection. The collection includes “Star Wars” and Marvel designs, and was designed by members of the LGBTQIA+ community and allies.

Unlike previous years, 100% of profits from the collection will go to LGBTQIA+ organizations from now through June 30, 2022. Previously, only a small percentage of profits went to LGBTQIA+ communities.

Profits from the collection sold in the U.S.A. will benefit GLSEN,  PFLAGThe Trevor ProjectZebra CoalitionLos Angeles LGBT CenterLGBT Center Orange CountySan Francisco LGBT Center, and Ali Forney Center. Profits from other regions will go to support local charities in those countries. Learn more at TWDCPrideCollection.com.

We found items from the collection at the Emporium and Tomorrowland Light & Power Co. in Magic Kingdom, as well as in Creations Shop at EPCOT.

Pride “Star Wars” MagicBand – $29.99

This black MagicBand has a rainbow version of the “Star Wars” logo on one end.

The other end features a rainbow of various “Star Wars” symbols, including the Jedi, Rebellion, and Empire logos.

Pride Pin – $9.99

This pin features the shape of Cinderella Castle on one end. The background is made of a rainbow and the white silhouettes of Mickey, Goofy, and Minnie march in the foreground.

We found the two Mickey pride pins a couple of weeks ago.

Pride Marvel Ball Cap – $29.99

This black ball cap has a rainbow ombre version of the Marvel logo on the front.

Rainbow Marvel symbols are on the back, including symbols representing Spider-Man, X-Men, Captain Marvel, the Hulk, Ms. Marvel, and Black Panther.

Pride “Star Wars” Hat – $29.99

This ball cap is also black.

It has a rainbow ombre on the front made out of the Rebellion logo and an overlapping “Star Wars” logo.

“Pride” is printed on the side. The “d” is a rainbow version of the classic Disney “D.”

The “Star Wars” logo is also on the back in a rainbow stripe.

Pride Necklace – $19.99

This simple necklace has a black cord with a pendant shaped like Mickey’s head.

Mickey’s face is a rainbow ombre.

Pride Bracelet – $24.99

The bracelet is mainly a red and black cord, with a cluster of colorful cords on one side.

The charms include the same Mickey-shaped rainbow pendant from the necklace and a rectangle reading “Love” in a rainbow.

The “o” of “Love” is a Mickey head.

Pride Beach Towel – $29.99

This white beach towel features several silhouettes of Mickey in a rainbow.

The full image of Mickey is at the right end.

Pride Tumbler – $24.99

This tumbler was first released in April.

Pride Marvel Button-Up – $59.99

This button-up is white with an all-over pattern of colorful Marvel symbols.

In addition to some of the symbols featured on the ball cap, we also spotted logos representing Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Thor, and Doctor Strange.

Pride Marvel Crop Top – $24.99

This crop top is white with the Marvel logo printed on a rainbow stripe.

Below the Marvel logo are the same symbols from the ball cap.

Pride Marvel Hoodie – $64.99

This matching pullover hoodie is black with the Marvel logo on the chest.

The sleeves are printed with the same symbols of superheroes in an ombre rainbow.

Pride Marvel Tee – $24.99

This tee is black with the rainbow Marvel logo on the left breast.

The back reads “power, heroic, courage, strong, protect, bold,” with the “o”s of each word replaced with a superhero symbol.

The letters and symbols are printed in a rainbow ombre.

Stay tuned for posts about the new pride Spirit Jerseys and Loungefly backpacks!

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