National retailer Target Corp. is selling a line of t-shirts geared toward Gay Pride.

The shirts are already selling on Target's website. One shirt includes a graphic of a pair of rainbow-colored sunglasses. Another crew shirt, part of Gwen Stefani's clothing line Harajuku Mini, includes a rainbow along with the words “Love is Love” in a comment bubble. All 4 styles cost $12.99 each. Up to $12,000 from the sale of the shirts will be donated to the Washington D.C.-based Family Equality Council, which supports gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender families.

The move comes two years after Target became the target of a boycott over its $150,000 donation to MN Forward, a political action group that backed gay marriage foe Tom Emmer's gubernatorial bid.

“I certainly recognize what an incredible reaction [the Emmer-related donation] generated,” Jennifer Chrisler, the council's executive director, told the Star Tribune. “But here's what I know about Target and their work with us: They're 100 percent committed to the goal of families being respected in all communities, including parents who happen to be LGBT. This is a continuation of that support.”

Target has not offered a statement on where it stands on a proposed constitutional amendment which if approved in November would ban gay marriage in Minnesota.