By Jane Mitchell
There are multiple ways we can show support to our Black community, all of which are valid. One of the most powerful ways we can show our support is with our dollars — especially right now, donating to bail funds, food shelters, GoFundMe’s etc. If you find yourself in the need of pelvic health products and resources, we’ve compiled a list of Black-owned businesses to give your $$$ to.
The Honeypot Co
Founded by Beatrice Dixon
The Honey Pot was born out of one woman's need to naturally heal herself. Beatrice became a woman on a mission, searching for natural remedies to help prevent these unruly infections. She created the first complete natural feminine care system that cleanses, protects, and balances your vagina. Made by humans with vaginas, for humans with vaginas.
Founded by Mia Davis
tabú is a modern and approachable guide to sexual wellness. Prior to starting tabú, Mia earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Stanford University in 2014 and she worked at Salesforce as a UX Designer.
Black-owned, volunteer run organization
Womanly Magazine provides accessible health information to women and non-binary people through visual and literary art. They are sponsored by the Brooklyn Arts Council. Donate to help them continue their work or purchase the latest issue of Womanly Mag.
Founded by Suzanne Sinatra
Private Packs are an instant, wearable solution for your intimate area aches and pains. Suzanne Sinatra created Private Packs after a freak Brazilian waxing accident. At Private packs they believe "having a vagina is wonderful and should not painful. Genital comforting should be sexy AF! [and] Showing your vulva TLC and valuing your vagina." @privatepacks
Black Female Therapists
Founded by Amber
A directory for black female therapists and an online community focused on mental health and wellness. Join the BFT Initiative to provide free therapy for those in need.
Founded by Raven Faber
Raven founded EngErotics in 2016 in response to a clear lack of design standards and safety regulations in the sexual wellness industry. They aim to bring high-quality, well-engineered intimacy devices along with expertly formulated CBD (cannabidiol) infused intimate body care products to market.
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
Black-women led alliance
Black Mamas Matter Alliance is a Black women-led cross-sectoral alliance. We center Black mamas to advocate, drive research, build power, and shift culture for Black maternal health, rights, and justice.