NSFW Ice Cream? Yes, It Exists!

Photographed by Anna-Alexia Basile.
How do you make an ordinary scoop of ice cream X-rated? Just ask Three Twins Ice Cream — in honor of S.F. Pride, the Bay Area-based ice cream company, known for its playful treats, has released a slew of racy flavors with names that are guaranteed to make you both giggle and beam with local pride.

Among its most provocative offerings: Two Bottoms Don't Make A Top, Bear Bait, and Maple Stonewall-Nut. Try ordering those in front of co-workers.

Each year, Three Twins Ice Cream serves a signature set of LGBTQ-inspired flavors that you'll only be able to find during the month of June. "I think that it’s great that we live in a time and place where people can celebrate who they are and we are excited to offer these amazing and fun flavors,” says Three Twins founder and LGBTQ activist Neal Gottlieb.

However, this isn't the first time an ice cream company has celebrated the LGBTQ community with a new flavor announcement. Sweet treat behemoth Ben & Jerry’s celebrated gay marriage by renaming Chubby Hubby to Hubby Hubby in 2009.

Other standout flavors from this year's bunch? Dorothy’s Ruby Slipper, a raspberry sorbet; Freedom to Marry Cherry, a delicious dark chunk cherry; Gay Vanilla, a pink vanilla with beet juice; and a chocolate orange confetti called Laverne Cox’s Chocolate Orange Is The New Black. Okay, this might be the best and tastiest way to celebrate Pride, ever. Who's hungry?
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