From riot Grrrls about bare breasts to empowernden quotations: the feminist heart beats faster with these ten Instagram accounts.
Sometimes the feeling arises when scrolling through the Instagram feed, the whole world stocks landscapes bathed in gentle filter and more or less prominent with great clothes and pure skin. Could also be that simply following the wrong accounts. Here are a few alternatives.
Feminist thought bubble (@feministthoughtbubble)
“I’m Molly, I’m 21 and I draw women who don’t buy into your casual sexist BS” is refreshingly direct Instagram bio of Molly Williams. In her drawings, dealing a wide range of feminist issues – sexism on equal pay to gender identity. Some of the quotes in the bubbles come from real people (E.g. Loretta Lynch), some of the quotes put Williams ‘their’ women in the mouth.
Female Collective (@femalecollective)
Female collective is more than just an Instagram account: behind a brand, including T-Shirts and bags (“mind your own uterus”) sells. Otherwise, the collective is a guarantor for crisp quotes (“sorry for the inconvenience, we are trying to change the world”) and feminist beads pop culture.
Education In Feminism (@educationinfeminism)
To form feminist is the purest pleasure with this account: education in feminism offers a lot of entertaining educational material – for example about the PIF (pathetically inept female) and the female body (“you are not fat, you have fat. So you have fingernails, you are not fingernail”). In addition, important questions will be answered (“when is rape okay?”) and enlightened gentlemen come to Word (“so the harder a wife works, the cuter she looks!”).
The riot grrrl project (@theriotgrrrlproject)
The 90s are over and thus also the performances of the so-called riot Grrrls – women’s bands, who had enough of the macho culture and did their own thing. Loud, uncompromising, confident. Good that there’s the riot grrrl project and the girls on Instagram alive: colorful hair, guitars, pages from old zines and Yes, even a few outstretched middle finger… Everything the rebellious heart desires.
What happens when men online are asked whether they are feminists? That reveals this account and the answers are not necessarily cause for joy: “damn, you have a gorgeous smile! I what feminists told all were fat and ugly. Way to shatter terrible stereotypes! High five! “.” UM, or maybe even no high-five.
Lady pit hair (@ladypithair)
“An image rarely Lakes is that of a woman with her natural body hair” – and that’s why there are lots of hairy armpits in all shapes and colors, and women all over the world here. Hey, it is just hair!
Here is all to intersectional feminism. Now there is also the appropriate website with lots of information on feminist concepts Instagram account (“bite-sized bits of feminism to help you smash white supremacist cis hetero patriarchal capitalism”). The comments under the pictures are usually absolutely worth reading and at least as eye opening as the pictures itself
Carol Rossetti (@carolrossetti88)
2014 began to share their drawings on Facebook – the Brazilian Illustrator and graphic designer Carol Rossetti, and did not expect that these will be thousands of times divided and gelikt. Rossetti draws on against the countless and constant attempts to control women’s bodies, female behaviour and female identity. The women on their drawings by rigid expectations be freed: do not shave themselves and are satisfied with their character look just happy.
Free The Nipple (@freethenipple)
“How far will you go for equality?” The adherents of the free nipple movement are definitely ready to go very far. Of course this involves much more than just the uncovering of the breasts – namely that that all people should be treated equally. For example on Instagram, which so likes censored women’s bodies. Also the way are accordingly creative as free the nipple shows bare breasts on Instagram, without showing them to.
The account offers lots of stories, quotes, and art by women of coulour. Especially great: The numerous poems of mostly unknown women – a treasure trove of poetic inspiration. How the Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie writes: “our histories cling to US. We are shaped by where we come from.”
(ANM. Der Redaktion): Trust the girls (@our site)
A few hamburger ladies launch on September 8 the feminist platform TRUST THE GIRLS with a talk on the topic» between girl power and feminist content – how feminism can work today “in the island. Once women fearing social stigma don’t with feminism in touch wanted to come, keyword: emancipated. Meanwhile served feminism many forms of expression, to the must-have piece, arrived in the mainstream. A brand with great media presence and radiance that attracts with self-realization and bring a wide range of products to the wife with the can without offering a political and social solution. At 7: 00, we go and you should absolutely come to the first talk. Here you can find all the info.
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