5 Best Feminist Instagram Accounts To Follow

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Feminist Instagram Accounts To Follow. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Leslie Morgan

This product was recommended by Alyx Sealy from Pace Public Relations

Leslie’s account is a honest look into her life as the author of a NYT best-seller where she writes about domestic violence. She is constantly promoting self-love, speaking at events around the world about her experience and will soon be launching her newest book. The Naked Truth is about her life after divorce and three years of sex-less marriage. Leslie documents her year of five boyfriends and tells her blush-worthy tale of reclaiming her sexuality at 50. Leslie Morgan is the perfect woman to follow because she promotes everything from women empowerment to sexuality, exuding what it means to be a strong female role model.

The TaTa Top

This product was recommended by The TaTa Top from The TaTa Top

We are The TaTa Top, a small, queer woman-owned business that sells bikini tops with nipples on them, while donating $3 from each top to women’s health and breast cancer charities! We’ve donated over $40K since 2014. Our page is filled with positive affirmations, and photos of our customers from around the world — representing nearly every size, shape, color and look out there! Our top is meant to be a fun way to bring attention to gender equality issues, including equal rights under the law, breastfeeding advocacy, body positive advocacy, LGBTQ issues, and much more. Our page is a super fun and light-hearted way to say: My body, my rules!


This product was recommended by Sally Cotching from Three Fold Agency

A partner for Nylon Magazine’s Coachella party ‘Midnight Garden’ this year, VOODOO is the buzz-worthy new sex-positive company out of Los Angeles, with a mission to break down the stigmas and taboos surrounding self-love. Fast developing a cult following, VOODOO is leading the conversation to encourage all of us, especially feminists and the LGBTQI+ community to embrace intimacy, discover pleasure, and enjoy healthier sex lives, whether solo or with a partner. The new brand is the lovechild of industry titans ‘Shibari’ known for their famous ‘Shibari Wand’ vibrators – Amazon’s top-selling female pleasure toy. Inspired by the female empowerment movements of the 70’s and 80’s, and the erotic mysticism of the Voodoo Priestesses as powerful spiritual forces who bring order and balance. The brand shares and creates content which is female-first, designed to create conversation about sexuality and break taboos.

Square Organics Protein Bars

This product was recommended by Erika Yanez from Startr Co.

Square Organics is best known for their organic and indulgent protein bars and is on a mission to empower women through the community and organic, functional, real food products. Square Organics is made for and by Bad Ass Bitches or “BABs” – women who are living life on their own terms and lead with heart. Led by OG BAB and Square Organics CEO and Co-Founder Sarah Gordon, Square Organics offers a core line of 9 protein bars that are gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free. As part of the brand’s commitment to female empowerment, Square Organics gives 1% of net sales to the not-for-profit organization Not For Sale, which prevents and fights human trafficking and slavery, which disproportionately affect women

Ladies in the Industry

This product was recommended by Nia Rice from Serene MGMT

Ladies in the Industry: Music and Media – Ladies in the Industry: Music and Media was created when founders, Serene MGMT, realized that there was a gap between the connection with women within the music and media industry. After further research, they realized that women are not expressing themselves enough. Their mission has been to bring women together to the entertainment industry through common lifestyles such as mothers, singles, wives, LGBTs and more in order to create meaningful and sound relationships. These relationships create more opportunities for women to work together and creates more job opportunities for the upcoming generation.

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