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The Honey Pot Founder Is Unbothered After Racist Trolls Try to Come for Her

Hateful online reviewers attempted to take down Beatrice Dixon’s company. Instead they helped double business sales.

Bea Dixon.

WWhen Target asked Bea Dixon to star in a Black History Month and Women’s History Month commercial to market her menstrual and intimate care…

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Starrene Rhett Rocque

Starrene Rhett Rocque

Wife. Mom. Jaded Journo. Digital Content Producer. Aerialist. Gryffindor/Ravenclaw. Wanderluster. Author of ‘Bloggers Can’t Be Trusted’ on Amazon.

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