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Official Press Release

Posted on 18 March 2015

Contact: Karen Parziale, 360 degrees




February 17, 2015 -- Union, New Jersey -- The “J” in OGCJ stands for the fact that we must abandon judgment and embrace love, the message of the topical T-shirts available online at .  26 year-old entrepreneur Deana Delrose started OGCJ, which stands for Only God Can Judge, one year ago.  Her goal: To celebrate individuality while reminding us all to accept others without judgment and is based on no particular religion.   

“The OGCJ T-shirts encourage us to relinquish our need to constantly classify things as good or bad, right or wrong.  I created the collection to encourage men and women to shed the burden of judgment and this brand is very different than what is currently is available,” explains OGCJ founder Deana Delrose.  “I believe that everyone who wears OGCJ T-shirts or hats will help others to move away from negative personal labels and towards a more positive place where gaps are closed and the internal dialogue is one of peace.”   In this new fashion brand, Delrose has combined her love of fashion with her bold views on how to make the world a better place with the hopes of changing people’s mindsets.   

The OGCJ’s diverse and stylish collection of logo and message T-shirts, crop tops, hoodies, sweaters and headwear motivates men and women to express their belief that Only God Can Judge and very importantly “Judge Less, Love More,” is a true foundation for life, a statement of significance and value not a passing catchphrase.  The website,, is not only a place to learn about the mission of OGCJ but a safe place for those who leave judgment behind to express themselves.  


In addition to the T-shirt, Judge Less, Love More, Delrose also offers ones with statements that reflect what’s trending in the country right now and the news media, such as:  Peace Over Bullying, Who the F*uck are you to judge? and Suicide is never the answer.

The “Judge Less, Love More” T-shirt has been the biggest hit in the current OGCJ Collection and everyone from young teens to middle aged men and women are embracing the concept.  But all who embrace the message of acceptance without judgment can look forward to fresh new styles from OGCJ coming for Spring/Summer 2015.

Motivated by her experiences in overcoming obstacles and surviving struggles and inspired by Tupac Shakur and other artists, Deana Delrose acknowledges that we all have imperfections and face life from different stances; however these past issues, she believes, need to be a source of empowerment as the future sets a completely different playing field. Though her own life has been “a wild roller coaster ride,” she has now wavered in her determination to share optimism and “non-judgment” through these upbeat T-shirts with a powerful message.

Giving Back


Accessibly priced starting at $19.88, the T-shirts give back one dollar from each purchase to a hand-chosen non-profit targeting an issue that matters.  The first charity participant she is working with is Team LeGrand of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. Founded by a visionary and hero Eric LeGrand, whose life was changed forever with one football tackle in 2010 when he was playing for Rutgers. Paralyzed from the neck down, Eric shows strength, determination and love for life, despite his physical challenges.  OGCJ is proud to be able to help Eric and reinforce his message that we must all stay true to ourselves despite all obstacles.  Team LeGrand of The Reeve Foundation ( is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis through grants, information and advocacy.

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