TENGA stands with the LGBTQ+ Community this Pride
At TENGA, we believe that everyone deserves love, respect, equal treatment, and equal access to pleasure.
That’s why we have been a longtime supporter of the LGBTQ+ community.
For many years now, we have sold limited edition TENGA pleasure items (maybe you’ve been lucky enough to pick one up!) not only to show our solidarity to queer people around the world, but to give back to the community in the form of a charitable donation.
This June we want to shine a spotlight on the TENGA EGG: SHINY PRIDE EDITION: a permanent member of the TENGA Lineup in support of Pride Worldwide, sold year round.
After all, Pride shouldn’t have to end when the festivities do.
We’ve partnered with the IT GETS BETTER Project, a global LGBTQ+ youth organization, and pledge to donate the profits of all purchases of our Pride Edition EGGs to help.
By adding one (or more!) to your order, you can help support LGBTQ+ youth around the world and make the world a better place for all.
About IT GETS BETTER
The IT GETS BETTER Project was born out of a hugely influential social media campaign in 2010.
Featuring LGBT+ people and allies of all walks of life from all around the world, they offered a simple message to LGBTQ+ youth everywhere: IT GETS BETTER.
The project is now a global sensation, continuing its work as a non-profit organization with a mission of uplifting, empowering and connecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth wherever they are.
Read more about the IT GETS BETTER Project on their website.
About TENGA’s Support for Pride
As a brand of pleasure items, it is our mission at TENGA to make pleasure and sexuality accessible to all, no matter their sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
We actively and proudly support the interests of sexual minorities both in our home country of Japan and across the world through sexual health and wellness education initiatives, charitable donations and events for the LGBTQ+ community.
See more about how we engage with the LGBTQ+ community.
Read our past Pride coverage on the LOVE ME TENGA Blog.