This list is probably not complete, even if I did my best. If there is a deck that has even a minor representation, please don’t hesitate to send me its title so I can put it on the list ! Some of these decks were only added because I know what is in them, and I sadly don’t own all the tarot decks published in the world.
Also, if you have additional informations on the deck already present on the list (such as a publication date, if the deck is out of print or not, etc), don’t hesitate to send me a message so I can add it !
Tarot exploring LGBT+ themes
- The Sweeney Tarot by Lee Bradford (gender and sexuality) - The Tarot of the Silicon Dawn by Egypt Urnash, 2011 (gender and sexuality) - The Collective Tarot, 2012 and 2013 (gender and sexuality) [out of print] - The Gay Tarot by Lee Bursten and Antonella Platano, 2004 (male homosexuality) - The Son Tarot by Christopher Butler, 2012 (male homosexuality) - Tarocchi Gay Orsi by Emilio Ortu Lieto, 2004 (male homosexuality) [limited edition of 30 copies] - The Brotherhood Tarot by Patric Stillman, 2004 (male homosexuality)
Tarots with an alternative Lovers card
- Daughters of the Moon Tarot by Ffiona Morgan, 2000 (f/f or m/f) - Cosmic Tribe Tarot by Stevee Postmann, 1998 (f/f, m/m and m/f)
Tarot with minor representation of LGBT+ people
- The Sensual Wicca Tarot by Nada Mesar and Elisa Poggese, 2007 (there are same-sex couples to be found in this deck, even if the majority of the cards depicts heterosexual couples) - The Magic Manga Tarot by Viviane, 2008 (Six of Cups : couple of women)
- International Icon Tarot by Robin Ator, 2004 (no clear genders represented) - Tarot Art Nouveau by Antonella Castelli, 2002 (while no clear representations, some illustrations can be interpreted as homoerotic)