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Disabled Lgbt Woman Creates Holiday Collection For Lgbt Community
Queeriously Ill Design's new collection features holiday designs representing and supporting LGBT rights.
By: Queeriously Ill LLC
Queeriously Ill Designs is owned and operated by Katie Reilly, a disabled LGBT woman. Reilly's designs are for customers with a progressive lifestyle that want to express and share their liberal values.
"I wasn't able to find LGBT–themed products when I married last year," remarks Reilly, "and I realized that there was a gap in the market for this demographic. I started Queeriously Ill Design to address this by creating options for decorating and gift-giving for the LGBT community."
The name of Reilly's shop has a special meaning to her. "Queeriously"
The holiday collection and other disability, feminist, and LGBT-themed collections can be viewed at Reilly's Etsy shop at www.etsy.com/
About Queeriously Ill Designs
Katie Reilly is a disabled LGBT creator and started Queeriously Ill Design in the Fall of 2021 when her disability caused her to be confined to bed. She used her design skills as a creative outlet and a coping mechanism. Print-on-demand options allow Reilly to produce and share her designs without causing further harm to her joints.
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