And it's not a feminist agenda. It's not a gay agenda.

It's all of those things.
It's a human agenda.
An agenda that says:

Tomboy [Tom-Boi]

1. An energetic, sometimes boisterous girl.

2. An individual who dresses and sometimes behaves the way boys are expected to.

3. A girl or a woman or person who DGAF about definitions 1 and 2.

4. Someone who is utterly, completely, and unapologetically themselves, who is not afraid to stand up, stand out, be heard, be seen. On their terms.

5. A woman or a person who expresses and dresses themselves in a way that feels authentic to themselves without worrying about what other people might say.

6. A person who is damn okay with who they are.

7. Not a phase.

8. You?

9. Me.

And any girl or woman or person

Who does their own thing

Dresses the way they want

Gets their hands dirty

And keeps their mind open

Was, is, and always will be a tomboy.

Fran + Naomi: A Tale of Two Tomboys

You might’ve heard this story before. Sort of. TomboyX was founded the way many brands are, trying to fill a need that had gone unfilled for far too long. We asked ourselves, “How hard can it be to make good underwear?” And by that we meant underwear that fit regular bodies and fit how we saw ourselves. And underwear that any body could feel comfortable in, regardless of where they fell on the size or gender spectrum.
In trying to fill a need, we unwittingly unleashed an outpouring of emotion. The comments and conversations, e-mails and letters that we’ve read from our customers told us long ago that we were onto something bigger. At the heart of it all, we’re still us, the same founders since the beginning, with the most supportive and thought-provoking customers we could’ve ever hoped for. You helped us to create what TomboyX is today. So look for new products, take a spin through some of our video pieces, maybe read a snippet here and there on the site. And, as always, tell us what you really think (we know you will!)

Fran & Naomi