The 10 Best Feminist Instagrams You Should Be Following
10 Feminist Instagram Accounts To Follow
Let's beeeee honest, most of us spend a lot of time on Instagram. We know the ins and outs and how to properly stalk someone without getting caught. Instagram is a great place to see what friends are up to, curate a life for your followers to swoon over, and find inspiration. If you're looking for some feminist ideology and inspo, look no further. Here are the 10 feminist instagram accounts to follow right now.
1. The Wing
The Wing is a female-only shared working space in New York, DC, and soon, Los Angeles. Their instagram is filled with female centric events, career inspiration, and political activism, the ideal account to follow when you need to light a fire underneath someone.
2. Rookie Mag
Rookie is, "an independently run online magazine and book series founded in 2011 by Editor-in-Chief Tavi Gevinson. We publish writing, photography, and other forms of artwork by and for teenagers (and their cohorts of any age!). Our contributors and readers are from all over the world". After all, the children are our future...
3. Cleo Wade
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Deemed the "millennial Oprah" Wade has a lengthy resume. Cleo Wade is an artist, poet, and story-teller, and author whose first book "Heart Talk" has garnered rave reviews. Her instagram is a breath of fresh air, adorned in inspirational quotes and reminders to be yourself, be strong, and remember to be happy.
4. Every Outfit on Sex and the City
This satirical account is one of the best. They take Sex and the City and give it a modern spin, including #WokeCharlotte wherein the most uptight character understands the current political and social climate. Fans of the show will be happy with this account.
5. Nasty Women Quotes
All the quotes your heart will desire. When you wake up and flip through instagram in bed, you'll be happy you followed such a motivating feminist account.
6. Kimothy Joy
Kimothy Joy's illustration will have you fawning over her account. Depicting women of all shapes, sizes, and colors, she represents what feminism should be, equality of the sexes regardless of race, status, sexual orientation, and the like.
7. Julie Houts aka Jooleeloren
You will share almost all of illustrator, Julie Houts's posts. She depicts the comical social hurdles women face, from being "perfect" to the way we see ourselves. Better yet, you can now order prints from her shop or buy her hilarious book.
8. Feminist Fight Club
First rule of feminist fight club. Do not talk about feminist fight club.
10. Rowan Blanchard
If you haven't heard of actress, Rowan Blanchard, a quick google search will tell you one major thing. The young actress is a full-fledged activist. She's been outspoken about the industry she works in, "I think we are in a really interesting time in this industry that isn’t necessarily that positive that’s making people understand the value of individual voices and specifically the value of actors’ voices and their contributions to that". If you want to better understand feminism, or learn more, Blanchard has you covered.