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Owned and proud

We are a queer, trans owned business

Automic Gold founder Al

Automic Gold was founded by AL

Al is genderqueer and uses they/them pronouns. They are a jeweller behind Automic Gold collection.

Gay jewelry

We are often asked why we mention that we are are a “queer owned and operated jewelry business” at every opportunity.

Automic Gold gay jewelry is made by actual gay people

Our calling is making some of the most comfortable and versatile jewelry you can think of inclusive to people of all sizes and all genders.

But what is no less important to us is being visible and outspoken while doing that.

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Less than a percent of US businesses are LGBTQ owned
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Only 0.02% are owned by transgender people source

LGBTQ-owned businesses are rare. A trans, lesbian owned jewelry brand is even more rare.

That is why we want to show an example that transgender, queer people can start and lead succesfull companies.

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Beyond boundaries, beyond binaries

Automic Gold jewelry is for all genders.

Not because it is jewelry that fits on a person of any gender.

Not because the style is a baseline style that is deemed “acceptable” for binary genders.

But because Automic Gold jewelry was specifically designed to mix and warp the feminine, masculine, in between and outside to make fine jewelry that is beyond gender.

A truly gender-free jewelry, designed by a genderqueer person.


We are thankful to the LGBTQ community that supports us so fiercely.

To queers who rock our jewelry, to engaged and married folks who chose us to be their jeweller for the special occasion, and to everyone else who stans us and shares positive energy with us.

Never alone

Future is queer, and we are never alone on the journey.

Other organizations is what keeps us going and gives us strength.

  • Fluide

    Collection of makeup and beauty products designed for all skin tones and gender expressions
  • Stuzo Clothing

    Black queer women owned clothing brand that is dope as hell
  • Rebirth Garments

    Gender non-conforming wearables and accessories for people on the full spectrum of gender, size and ability
  • Radimo LA

    Gender-fluid clothing marketplace and inclusion consulting agency
  • 8 Palms

    Trans-disciplinary and gender nonconforming artist who makes wearable art pieces
  • Otherwild

    A queer studio, store and gathering, workshop and event space
  • Official Rebrand

    Redefining what it means to be sustainable within the both fashion industry and the art world
  • No Sesso

    A queer fashion house
  • XYST

    Upcycled, handmade & customizable wear

  • Immigration Equality

    The leading national LGBTQ immigrant rights organization
  • The Audre Lorde Project

    community organizing center, focusing on the New York City area
  • Callen Lorde

    Community Health Center providing care for queer community
  • Apicha

    Community Health Center providing care for queer community