Just in time for Pride Month, Old Navy has announced they will be selling a limited edition t-shirt to help LGBT people celebrate. They're carrying versions for men, women and babies.
Ten percent of the profits go to the It Gets Better Project who, in turn, is giving some of their cash to the Trevor Project. No word on why Old Navy didn't just give the donations directly to the organization with a hotline to help suicidal teens.
Oh yeah. There is a reason.
UPDATE: Queerty's Daniel Villareal points out that the chain will only be selling the shirts at 26 out of 1009 stores. That's it. I almost included in the original post how cool it would be to see those in the Indianapolis store I shopped at for cheap tees, but not one store in Indiana will have them in stock.