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Relaxing at the beach or poolside should be something every person can enjoy. Sadly, many swimwear brands have failed to break the binary and still only offer options that reflect very traditional gender norms.
That’s why Humankind is such a big deal. The game-changing fashion brand makes “swimwear and apparel for every body.” And yes, they really mean it! There are no gender categories on their site, and most of the Humankind swim pieces are available in sizes up to 4X.
Hayley Marzullo, the founder of Humankind, recognized the need for more inclusive swim options and decided to do something about it. “The LGBTQ community is overlooked in swimwear. You’re either categorized as wearing a men’s trunk or a women’s bikini, and there’s not an in-between,” Marzullo told Nylon.
Check out some of the most popular Humankind swim pieces below, including a few of their limited-edition Pride styles.
Pride Jersey, $95
Yes, this jersey works for the beach, but it will look really cool with jeans or shorts on the streets, too.
Swim Trunks, $72
Available in sizes up to 4X, these swim shorts are made from a breathable material that works well in the water and out.
Sport Swim Top, $48
This sports swim top is a must-have! Snag it in all five colors to wear every day of the week.
Swim Shirt, $54
Unlike traditional rash guards, this swim shirt has a looser fit and is made from a quick-drying material that has UV protection built in.
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