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9 Content Creators you NEED to be following...

by Elsie & Fred on March 08, 2023

If you don't know, get to know these Incredible Content Creators 👀

In a world full of echo-chambers, we’ve popped together Instagram accounts that run high voltage on feminism and will educate you about your rights, empowerment and being the badass don that you are! Happy Women's Day everyone! Get to know... 

Sometimes privilege looks like being able to ignore a crisis that others are dying from” Blair Imani examines the intersection of her Black, Queer and Muslim identities, using her voice & creativity to amplify much-needed conversations.



 gal-dem is an independent British online and print magazine produced by women of colour and non-binary people of colour. Committed to telling the stories of people of colour from marginalised genders. With our online and print magazine, we’re addressing inequality and misrepresentation in the industry through platforming the creative and editorial work of our community across essays, opinion, news, arts, music, politics and lifestyle content.


Cheer Up Luv is a renowned platform retelling accounts of street harassment & activism. Eliza Hatch founded the campaign after being told to "cheer up" by a cat-caller. When her male friends dismissed the experience as a “compliment", she was inspired to prove them wrong.


Chidera Eggerue is a British Nigerian writer and fashion blogger. Best known for her book, What a Time to Be Alone, and the #SaggyBoobsMatter movement. Wind down listening to her juicy podcast "The Slumflower Hour", which delves into relationship topics such as Lovebombing and Emotional Baggage!


Kelechi Okafor is a writer, presenter, actor and tour de force in challenging how we think about race and femininity in tandem, and is a regular media contributor. It’s impossible to turn off her podcast, every listen gives you doses of empowerment.


Sad Girls Club was founded in 2017, by Elyse Fox after releasing a documentary about life with depression. She immediately experienced a wave of young women from all over the world who were seeking mentorship, tips and resources to guide them through their own mental health struggles. Sad Girls Club is both an online platform and in real life community committed to bring girls together who are battling mental illnesses.


 “Never let anyone's misconception of you, become your perception of self.” Mixed-race & transgender activist Bergdorf passionately believes in inclusivity for all, no matter your identity. Munroe’s posts will both empower you & educate you on trans rights & feminism at the same time. 

Polyester is a self published intersectional feminist arts and culture publication and community aiming to bridge the gap of URL cyber feminism with the IRL world.


It’s likely you’ve seen Matt’s infographics before, and no wonder! Bernstein has gone viral for infographics that spread awareness about social justice, often focused on LGTBQ+ issues and antisemitism.


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