- The vibrator market is worth billions. With his digital endeavors, LOOM’s Co-Founder and CEO is poised to bring women’s health education from around the world to nonprofits and into our homes.
It can be said that 2021’s most significant health trend – and Money – producer – is sex and intimacy. No more hidden corners of the internet, and even department stores like Nordstrom and Bloomingdales have opened sexual health stores selling products from leading women’s and positive body brands to join the explosive search.
But while the femtech brand continues to create products that are lost in seconds (not that we’re complaining) when it comes to helping women understand how their bodies work… So here comes LOOM, the newly created digital education platform.
Doula co-founder, educator, and author Erica Chidi, LOOM’s mission is to empower women through integrative, anti-racist, and traumatic experiences – conscious knowledge about their sexual and reproductive health. According to Fast Company, Dan Chidi, CEO of LOOM, raised an impressive $3 million for construction — making her one of the few black women to have raised more than $1 million in venture capital.
Chidi previously worked at LOOM as a private wellness center in Los Angeles and realized he had a big problem that could be solved with digitization. “All the experiences that cis women have on our bodies are everywhere. So not only women in Los Angeles have these problems and concerns; they are everywhere.
So that’s the reason to increase venture capital,” she said of her frustration at the notion that women’s health education should automatically be nonprofit. “If you’re trying to solve a systemic problem – and that’s because of a lack of knowledge about their bodies.
Women experience discomfort and discomfort in their bodies – caused by systemic problems like misogyny and patriarchy; you have to” take it Capital that can fight systemiissuesms this. “And their approach seems almost too simplistic: treating women as real and experienced people, whose sexual and reproductive health is on a continuum.”