The Brand

Little Jerk Society is fueled by the raw energy of creative rebellion, celebrating those who march to the beat of their own drum. We were founded by someone who proudly embraces their ADHD, understanding that sometimes the most brilliant minds are wired a little differently.

Here at Little Jerk, we wear our quirks like badges of honor. We're all about individuality, breaking free from the mold and rocking your own unique style. Our clothing – skate and streetwear with bold designs – is an extension of that spirit. It's for the artists, the musicians, the surfers, the skaters, anyone who isn't afraid to express themselves.

We care deeply about mental health and neurodiversity. That's why we donate a portion of our profits to charities that champion mental health awareness, research, and support. We believe in a world where everyone can thrive, regardless of their challenges.

Joining the Little Jerk Society is about becoming part of a movement, a community that celebrates creative expression and supports mental health initiatives. You're saying that you're unapologetically yourself, and that being different is a strength.

So, are you ready to unleash your inner creative weirdo? Welcome to the Little Jerk Revolution! Let's shred some stereotypes, create some art, and make the world a little brighter, together.



The Founder

Back in 2019, I was late diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. It was never a condition I had really identified with before until my son was diagnosed. During my research I noticed the similarities with my life and things throughout my life started to make more sense.

My diagnosis was the first time I realized that I finally knew ‘what was wrong’ with me. I wasn’t lazy and I didn’t lack motivation. I wasn’t impulsive, stubborn, or just a “JERK”. I was just different. Part of the path to acceptance is realizing that being different isn’t a bad thing.

Receiving my ADHD diagnosis hasn’t been perfect. It doesn’t make everything go away and I've found myself still struggling with my impulsivity and inattention. For me, getting a diagnosis does bring some heartache and mourning of what could have been if I knew earlier.

This has been the starting point for learning, self-discovery, and growth. I begin to really understand how my brain works. This means learning what helps me be successful and what holds me back, realizing how I can adjust to increase my performance, and changing my habits and behaviors to maximize my productivity.

This also means appreciating the positive aspects of me having ADHD – things like a natural curiosity, creativity, unique problem-solving skills, and an ability to “think outside the box”.

Embrace your strengths, quirks, and yes, even the "little jerk" inside. 
MAKE YOUR MARK...You've got this!