Christmas Ornaments for Gay Men
The festive season is upon us again. It's time to deck the halls with jolly, bright and, above all, gay decorations!
Decorations for a Gay Christmas Home
It's a fine time for a bit of tinsel; and the usual sparkle around the decks.
If you want your Gay Pride to shine as bright as your baubles, then you've come to the right place.
We have an array of Christmas decorations for gay men, like Candy Cane over there.
He's 7" tall, made of resin, and he's designed to dangle from your Christmas tree. Though I doubt that anyone would quibble if you hung him somewhere else. Like the mantlepiece.
What's more, he's one of a set of December Diamonds for the discerning collector. But more on them later.
For now, let's bang on some music to get us into the Yuletide mood.
December Diamond Decoration: Candy Cane
Coming Out at Christmas
The London Gay Men's Chorus lead us in a jolly tune.
Buy December Diamonds Gay Men Christmas Decorations
These are just a small sample from those on offer. Worldly professions and mythical beings represented with six pack abs.
|December Diamonds Amour Angel of Love...||December Diamonds Timber Lumberjack M...||December Diamonds Spark Merman Orname...|
Let's face it, they're not subtle. But they're fun! You might elicit a raised eye-brow from your confused great-auntie, but your friends will love them.
They are the December Diamonds collection, crafted from resin for your Christmas tree. In amongst the festive angels are cute mermen from a variety of trades: doctors, soldiers, sailors and at least one drag queen.
The seven inch high figurines are all hand-painted, with liberal sprinklings of glitter to finish. December Diamonds catch the light, as they adorn your branches.
These figurines arrive in their own gift box, so might also make a lovely present for your gay friends. This is particularly true for those who have recently got married, and it can double as a house-warming present!
Each one would be sure to be a talking piece; and they'd certainly brighten up your festive home.
Customizable Tree Ornaments
Did you (or a gay couple you know) get married during the last year?
If so, then Zazzle has something special to adorn your Christmas tree. It's fully customizable, so add your own names and the year.
The Gay Marriage 1st Christmas Ornament is designed to dangle wherever you want it to. It can be hung over the neck of a bottle of champagne, or attached to any other gift.
It would look fabulous just there, on your first joint Christmas tree, in your marital home.
Yay! Happy days! And a cute keepsake for your marriage!
Gay Marriage 1st Christmas Ornament
Pride Christmas Decorations for Gay Men
Invite the rainbow into your festive colors! These ornaments are bright and beautiful with a Proud message too.
Depicting the universal symbol for men, interlocked with another. For those who miss the same-sex celebration, then there are the rainbow colors of Gay Pride too.
These ceramic Christmas tree decorations are 2.87" in diameter. They weigh in at 1.4oz, which is fine for the average boughs!
Two of the top row Pride ornaments are reversible. The rear depicts interlocking female symbols, thus including your lesbian friends too.
Can you get more festive than two Santas holding hands? Or two snowmen cuddling?
The latter allows some customization on the back. Add in your own names and a date, if you wish. The Christmas decoration then becomes a keepsake. Anyone viewing it will know that there was a great romance here. These two men were in love.
Want your Decorations to be Less Male Orientated?
The Gay Pride ornaments are designed for gay people regardless of actual gender. Meanwhile, we also have a collection for your lesbian friends.
Now for Something a Little More Risque
Mark Thaler's Pride and More store has a host of Christmas tree ornaments for gay men.
They range from the cheeky to the humorous, the political to the downright hot. A couple of examples of those can be seen right here.
His art print decorations are tastefully arranged. From sexy Santas delivering a kiss through to barely dressed men.
Oh! And bears! Bear Pride is nicely represented in his stock.
No visitor is going to be left in any doubt about your inclinations, if you choose one of these to hang from your boughs.
And they double as very pretty ornaments to look at, while you're waiting for the turkey to go down.
Carol of the Bells
This time it's the Denver Gay Men's Chorus ready and waiting to entertain you with festive cheer.
What is the Gay Men's Chorus?
In major cities, tuneful gay men are getting together to raise money for charity with their choirs. It's an international movement!
In July 1979, a small group of gay men put out flyers. It invited any brave souls to come and join their choir.
They were astounded at the response! 99 people turned up, prepared to sing loud and proud. The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles was born.
Their counterparts in Washington, D.C. have just celebrated their 30th anniversary. It's been a wild ride through the choral reaches, including playing at an inaugural concert for President Barack Obama.
The London Gay Men's Chorus began in 1991, as six individuals getting together in London.
They sang at the Angel Underground Station. It proved to be so popular, that the station had to be temporarily closed due to the crowd that formed! The choir is now 191 men strong.
These are just some of the stories in a world-wide phenomenon. Gay Men's Choruses are now in most cities. Their music will provide the perfect backdrop for your Christmas celebrations.
I hope that you found something wonderful with which to decorate your home. Very happy regards of the season from all of us at Wizzley!