The Honey Pot Co started in 2012 with a self-crafted vulva wash. Eventually, it grew into a full suite of more than 60 feminine products. From pads and tampons to help our Aunt Flo every month to sexual wellness products and various types of washes, Honey Pot is there when we need her and available in several stores.
Representation matters, not just in the media, but how and where we spend our dollars, especially during Pride Month.
Beyoncé and Lorraine Schwartz are working on expanding diversity in the jewelry industry by awarding 3 lucky Black women with scholarships to Gemology Institute of America (GIA).
The 'Unstoppable' collection will give back to both low-income and moderate-income immigrants, women, and other underserved small business owners.
Grab a pen and pad -- school's in session!
Grab a pen! Here’s your Black-owned, Black Friday list of businesses you should know! While Black people make up just 14% of the population, Black consumer spending is forecasted to break $1.4 Trillion – yes, TRILLION — in 2020, according to a Nielsen report on the power of the Black dollar. Yet Black-owned businesses receive […]