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Philanthropy & The Organizations We Support

  As a company that works at the intersection of sexual and mental health, we know that changing the world...
Philanthropy & The Organizations We Support


As a company that works at the intersection of sexual and mental health, we know that changing the world takes effort, intention, and daily action. It requires an openness to learning, unlearning, and a practice of reflection and self examination. It means pushing to the edges and embracing the complexity of things so that we can better understand the nuance and evolving details of the world around us. It means using our voice and our dollars to be active in supporting and empowering the social and environmental justice movements of our time.

From the products we create to the causes we support, we aim to be healing and supportive community members. We hope to always be proud of the work we do, and we hope that you are as well.


What Our Products Support

When you purchase our products, you are contributing to the campaigns and organizations we care about. We are committed to sustainability and want to make sure that we leave our planet in better shape than we inherited. 

As an impact-driven company, we prioritize sourcing the highest quality materials, from our 100% organic ingredients to our FSC certified paper packaging. Our supplier partners are Oregon Tilth Certified Organic and as members of Leaping Bunny, we promise to never test on animals. These 3rd party certifications ensure that the claims we make are backed by a trusted source

Learn more about the organizations that directly benefit from the manufacture and sale of our products below

Oregon Tilth Certified

Leaping Bunny

1% For the Planet

Forest Stewardship Council



Our Campaigns

Over the years, we’ve had the privilege to support various organizations that are on the front lines in their efforts to make the world a more peaceful, equitable, and loving place. We rounded up an ever growing list of the organizations that we support—and you can, too. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us.


Vagina is #NotADirtyWord

#NotaDirtyWord is a call to action to acknowledge vaginal wellness as an important and respected part of our sexual and reproductive health. #NotaDirtyWord challenges the fact that people often avoid or are uncomfortable talking about their sexual and reproductive health. If we are too ashamed to use the correct words to describe our anatomical parts, how are we supposed to educate on consent, health issues, and pleasure? It is time to undo the stigma and create a conversation. Vagina is not a dirty word.


NADW 2019 |  National Institute for Reproductive Health 

To mark this campaign, Momotaro Apotheca designed a limited release #NotaDirtyWord tee and crop top to serve as a token of empowerment to anyone wearing them. 10% of proceeds went to the National Institute for Reproductive Health, an organization that supports reproductive rights around the world. 


NADW 2020 | Women's Prison Association

Wear it loud and say it proud! We brought back the #NotADirtyWord campaign with tees, socks, and mugs. A percentage of all profits made from merch sales will go directly to the Women's Prison Association. The WPA works with people at all stages of criminal justice involvement. They promote alternatives to incarceration and help people living in the community to avoid arrest or incarceration. Inside prison and jail, they are a source of support to people and a resource to them as they plan for release. After incarceration, people come to WPA for help to build the lives they want for themselves and their families in the community.


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Vagina is Not A Dirty Word



Support Your Local Sex Worker

While few are likely to come out unscathed by the health and economic impact of the coronavirus, sex workers are particularly vulnerable because the scope of their work often falls into legal gray area, making it impossible to seek financial government relief and extremely difficult to continue making money and, ultimately, survive.

That's why we're excited to announce we launched the #SupportYour LocalSexWorker campaign in April 2020 and are donating a percentage of sales made from the merch to the Sex Workers Outreach Program (SWOP).

SWOP is a national social justice network "dedicated to the fundamental human rights of people involved in the sex trade and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy."

Due to popular demand (thank you), we relaunched the campaign and are donating a percentage of sales to the 
Cupcake Girls, an organization that supports those involved in the sex industry with holistic resources, case management, and after care. 


Support Your Local Sex Worker



Reverse Black Friday


Covenant House |  Supporting Homeless Youth | 2020

This year especially, while forced to be apart, we recognize the utmost importance of community, connection, and commitment to our chosen family—and having a safe place to call home. 

In lieu of a traditional Black Friday sale, we flipped the script and give back through conscious consumerism. 100% of profits made over the Black Friday weekend were donated to Covenant House, a nonprofit that provides housing and support services to homeless, runaway, and trafficked young people around the world.



Planned Parenthood | Black Friday for Planned Parenthood | 2019



Abortion Rights are Human Rights

Ultimately, we believe that the difficult choice to seek an abortion is a decision best left to the individual and their doctor. In response to some of the most restrictive abortion legislation the US has seen in decades. 

We've selected two non-profits that offer funding and support to those seeking an abortion.  

Yellow Hammer Fund | Our Body, Our Choice | 2018   

In 2018, we donated 100% of our profits made between June 26 and June 28 to The Yellow Hammer Fund, which offers funding for anyone seeking care at one of Alabama's three abortion clinics. 



Glits Inc | On Human Rights | 2019

 In 2019, we donated 100% of our profits made between June 26 and June 28 to The Yellow Hammer Fund, which offers funding for anyone seeking care at one of Alabama's three abortion clinics. 




Resources for Our Community

Redefining Activism by Kénta Xiadani Ch'umil (the/them) 

Race, Gender, and American Gynecology by Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens

Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF)

Trans Women of Color Collective (TWCC) 

Trans Equality Action Centers a comprehensive list of funds to donate to and bills under consideration where you can submit letters to state legislators or sign a petition

Entropy, Earth Day, & EPA Rollbacks


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