Light up your Pride

Love is the way. Weed is the high.

Your authentic self lights up when you elevate your inner expression. Spark your flame, be loud, be proud, and continue to uplift those around you.

A little different Cann taste so good

Cann x Weedmaps "Taste So Good" Music Video

Featuring Kesha, Willow Pill, Gus Kenworthy, Patricia Arquette, and more.

We make the biggest difference together

Join Weedmaps in supporting the Equality Federation Institute

The Equality Federation is the strategic partner to state-based organizations advancing equity for LGBTQ people in the communities we call home. We believe in equality and justice for all.

Dank you with love

If you walk past the neon green cross into a marijuana dispensary today, it's likely you'll see a wide array of cannabis products, generous budtenders quick to talk about favorite strains, and an altogether feel-good environment.

Pride shouldn't be limited to a single month — it should be supported, advocated for, and celebrated all year round. And the LGBTQ community's involvement in cannabis dates back to the beginning of weed's long, strange trip towards legalization.

Gay stoners, rejoice. We are living in two simultaneous golden ages — one being television, the other being weed. But with the surge of higher-quality gay television and even higher quality cannabis, it's hard to know where to start.

Self-care 7-days-a-week

Queer edition

If you're in need of some personal TLC, consider one of these cognitively euphoric and physically pacifying strains for your next self-care day. A little self-love and a hit of weed can go a long, long way.

Browse Black-ownedbusinesses

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We have partnered with the team behind InclusiveBase, who spent the last two years compiling a list of minority-owned businesses that conscious consumers can shop from. To help consumers who want to support Black-owned businesses, we are providing the retailers, deliveries, and brands that they have collated and are available on Weedmaps for you to shop from.

Below is information about the creators of the list, so you can support them too:

Cannaclusive was created to facilitate fair representation of minority cannabis consumers. At Cannaclusive, we celebrate the cultures of this thriving community through curated experiences and thoughtful content. We make it easier for brands to communicate with diverse audiences and ensure that minority consumers are not an afterthought, but a valued ally in the fight for legalization and destigmatization.

ALMOSTCONSULTING began as a cannabis marketing consultancy focused on harnessing digital communities and experiential activations to bring consumers and collaborators together. At ALMOSTCONSULTING, we work to break the stigma of woman-identifying cannabis consumers by bringing an unapologetic, fresh take on old marketing concepts. We believe in the power of transparency and accessibility for consumers of all levels to appreciate the cannabis plant and understand its potential benefits and applications.

If you would like to be added, please reach out to or Cannaclusive.

Cannabis and compassion


From those who’ve been fighting from the start to those advocating for cannabis freedom today, we take a look back at lessons learned in California’s cannabis history and explore the path forward to safe, legal access for all patients and adults.

How cannabis can help America out of the opioid crisis

The Exit Drug documentary, created by Weedmaps, investigates how cannabis could play a major role in ending the opioid crisis, a public health emergency that kills an average of 115 U.S. citizens a day.

Defending Delivery

An estimated 15% of medical marijuana patients are mobility impaired. Weedmaps spent the day with Benny's Farm, Dr. Frank D'Ambrosio, and their medical cannabis patients to find out more about how delivery services are changing the lives of the people they serve.

Join the fight

Grow your impact

Why The Last Prisoner project is integral to the Black Lives Matter movement and how you can get involved.

Where you put your dollars matters

Black and Latino people are still being targeted, harassed, and arrested in the age of weed weddings and normalization.

The cannabis industry lacks diversity

Awareness breeds empowerment and social equity.

Where to donate and get involved





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