Hey there, thanks for stopping by!
I founded Whoa Daddy after researching an article on gay t-shirts for my men’s style blog. I thought we deserved better designs, higher quality t-shirts, and more flirty fun in general. We’re a small operation so we’re able to donate our profits to LGBTQIA+ organizations like Trans Cosmetic Donation Program at the LA LGBT Center (more on that below).
We appreciate your support and if you have any questions or problems on the site, please let us know!
Where Can I Buy Whoa Daddy?
Currently, we are distributing shirts exclusively through our site and Amazon. This has the advantage that we can ship quickly throughout the US and ensures quality printing and shirts. However we’re very open to opportunities to work with other retailers, either brick-and-mortar or online — if that sounds like you, please drop us a line!
About the Shirts
What are the shirts like?
All shirts are from Bella & Canva or Porto. They’re a lightweight, classic fit, with double-needle sleeve and bottom hem.
Solid colors: 100% Cotton; Heather Grey: 90% Cotton, 10% Polyester; All Other Heathers: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester
How long will my order take?
We currently print each shirt out fresh via print-on-demand — this means we can feature a variety of sizes and designs. However, it also means we need 2-7 days for printing, PLUS shipping. 99.99972% of the time we complete your order within 5 days, however during peak times, we might need a little longer. Please plan accordingly.
How do the shirts fit?
They’re a fairly standard t-shirt, if you’d like a looser fit, order a size up to be on the safe side. Below is a fit chart.
Who Are You Donating To?
We’ve been on the search for LGBT pride shirts where funds go to LGBT organizations and are high-quality, designed to last beyond one Pride Parade in June. In the end, we decided to create our own Whoa Daddy t-shirt line. The tees are a combination of sexy and flirty. A little fun, a little slutty, always provocative.
To us, building a business has always been a combination of creating a high-quality product for the customer as well as giving back to the community. We’ve worked closely with Andrew Fitzsimon’s Trans Cosmetic Donation Program at the LA LGBT Center and love their message and commitment to supporting the community.
Did you know transgender people experience higher rates of poverty and unemployment, impeding their ability to purchase personal hygiene and cosmetic products?
The TCDP program offers a unique solution. Learn more about the program here.