Updated: Jul 13
With more than +20 million users sharing and creating content, Instagram has become this fantastic network of influencers, screaming at you for your attention.
We are here to help you navigate through the network and have created our top list of influencers that stand and fight for women empowerment and gender gaps.
Gina Martin is a British activist that made upskirting illegal - and today’s UN Women Ambassador. Her Instagram account promotes gender equality, inclusivity and positive-thinking. She recently launched the podcast Might Delete Later with Stevie Martin, which dives into people's timelines to see loves, hates & mistakes.
For your daily dose of feminism, this channel is fantastic! Created by Scarlett Curtis (Sunday Times Style columnist), Grace Campbell (Riot Girls, Channel 4), Honey Ross and Alice Skinner (Artist & Illustrator, The Revolution Handbook) , their activism incited the modification of two laws about periods and female genital mutilation. They are raising funds to pay racial justice activists for their work.
Zoe Foster Blake is a mumentrepreneur and founder of Gro-To, an Australian beauty brand that makes skin-care for kids. Author of nine books and former Cosmopolitan journalist, she is a fantastic storyteller. Her Instagram account shares the story of her life as a woman, mother and entrepreneur.
An advocate of self-love and body positivity, Grace will bring positive vibes into your feed every day. Her content is raw, and she has a true talent to connect with you emotionally. Her captions may be short, but it looks like she always knows how to make you smile.
Slay in your life is the channel of black feminist Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uvibinene. Together they created ther podcast Slay In You Lane about news and popular culture from a Black British female perspective. Their Instagram account celebrates the diversity of Black women around the world and shares empowering resources.
If you are looking to level-up your feminist-game, Florence is a fun influencer that will inspire you to live life the way you want, like and aspire to. “Life is too short not to love the shit out of yourself”, as she wrote in her bestselling book. Watching her doing life while rejecting all stigmas, norms and rules society imposed on women is truly empowering.
Whose inspiring women are you following? Let us know in the comment below.