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Aunt Flow is a buy-one, give-one subscription box for 100% cotton tampons and pads. Menstruators can go to, customize a box of 18 pieces and have it delivered to their door each month. For every box you purchase, we donate one to people without access to menstrual products in the US. Aunt Flow was started by 19 year old, college dropout Claire Coder. They are a gender-neutral company promoting period positivity and menstrual equality regardless of socioeconomic status, gender identity, or location. People helping people. Period.


Bellesa is a platform on which users can access sexual content that suits their desires, share intimate and erotic stories, and engage in a community of like-minded individuals.

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The Equality Institute brings together the world’s best minds to make violence against women and girls a thing of the past. EQI conducts rigorous research to understand what causes violence against women and pin point strategies to stop it from happening. By designing projects, developing creative approaches to share information, and connecting people, they are working with the international community towards social change at every level.

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Everyone Is Gay has been working since 2010 to improve the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning/Queer, Intersex, and Asexual (LGBTQIA) youth using a three-pronged approach: providing honest advice to these youth while keeping them laughing; talking to students in an effort to create caring, compassionate school environments; and working with families & educators of LGBTQIA kids to help foster an ongoing dialogue and deeper understanding. Also be sure to check out My Kid Is Gay, which offers advice and support to families and teachers of LGBTQIA youth.

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Good Clean Love powers the Make It Good Initiative. Make It Good empowers young adults to engage in lively, informed sex positive conversations. Their mission is to make it easier and more enjoyable to create meaningful peer-to-peer dialogue about the issues of modern, digital age sexuality.

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Founded in 2010 to honor Yeardley Love, The One Love Foundation works with young people across the country to raise awareness about the warning signs of abuse.


The Pelvic Health and Rehabilitation Center specializes in the physical therapy management of numerous pelvic pain disorders. They believe in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach to diagnose and treat all components of pelvic pain. PHRC has five locations in San Francisco, Berkeley, Los Gatos, Los Angeles and Lexington, MA.

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Since 1971, The Pleasure Chest has firmly believed that everyone has a fundamental right to pursue sexual fulfillment. We support our community’s sexual growth and exploration by pioneering a sex positive culture, with an emphasis on education, enjoyment, and inclusivity. With stores in New York, Chicago & Los Angeles, we offer every customer a specialized shopping experience in a judgment-free environment, a huge variety of products and our PleasurEd program: free weekly workshops open to anyone looking to expand their sexual education. Our objective is simple: we’re here to help you have the best sex of your life.

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Project Consent is a global movement that aims to combat sexual assault and rape culture by raising awareness, spreading education, and promoting consent.

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That’s Not Cool is an award-winning national public education initiative that partners with young people to help raise awareness and bring educational and organizing tools to communities to address dating violence, unhealthy relationships, and digital abuse. Our vision is for everyone to experience healthy relationships― online and off.