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10 Inspirational Women on Instagram You Need to Follow Right Now

It’s International Women’s Day and that can only mean one thing – a whole big bunch of content celebrating everything about being a woman! This year, we are celebrating with this awesome list of amazing Instagrammers and campaigners that you need to follow right now to fill your feed with some positive feminist vibes and all-round girl power representation.

This will have you scrollin’ all through the weekend, so hit follow and watch as these independent women tear up the rule book and live life their way.

1) Munroe Bergdorf

Model, activist and all-round girl boss, Munroe has advocated for trans rights since she began openly identifying as a woman when she was 24. Now, she is conquering social media with her activism, independent woman vibes and all-round gorgeous aesthetic.


2) Sonny Turner 

Sonny is a plus sized model, who advocates for wider plus sized representation in high-end fashion. She recently took part in a campaign to diversify London Fashion Week, and does it all whilst also running her amazing body positivity insta. So, brighten up your news feed and get some Son-shine in your life!


3) Mia Kang 

Feeling the gymtimidation? Mia Kang will bring you all the exercise empowerment vibes you could ever need. Muay Thai fighter and all round badass biatch, Mia shows everyone the fighting ring is definitely not for boys only. 


4) Katherine Ryan

She’s made herself a household name in the male dominated world of comedy, but Katherine Ryan is also a women’s rights and equality campaigner, good cause supporter, TV host, radio presenter, podcast extraordinaire and all round total girl boss.


5) Marawa Ibrahim



Campaigner for awareness of anxiety and depression and massive mental health advocate, Marawa is a Majorette, giving all kinds of roller-skating, hula-hooping and circus skills vibes. She is also a world-record hula-hooper, and her high-heeled roller skates are seriously giving us life.


6) Abbie Bull

Abbie is a front runner in the skin positivity movement. Posting a mix of real photos about accepting her acne and facial scarring along with make-up ideas and tutorials (including some fierce AF make up ideas for occasions), she is a force to be reckoned with.


7) Sam Renke

Disability campaigner, actress, writer, influencer – there is nothing holding back Sam Renke. Follow her insta for some seriously beautiful vibes of holidays, fashion and campaigns and her twitter for everything related to her disability advocacy and activism. 


8) Michelle Elman

Michelle, a.k.a @scarrednotscared, is a body confidence coach, author, motivational speaker, podcast host and still has time to be an absolutely astounding Instagram campaigner. She makes world domination look fierce AF.


9) Charlie Craggs

Founder of Nail Transphobia, Charlie is fighting transphobic abuse one manicure at a time. She is also a boss ambassador for The London Trans Clinic, influencer and author, all whilst campaigning for trans rights. Basically, she’s #killingit.


10) Viktoria Modesta



Viktoria is a bionic artist, model, speaker, singer-songwriter and DJ. She has turned living as an amputee into an art form with incredible visually stunning prosthetics that feature in her art. If there is anyone that will have you glued to IG for hours, it’s her.


International Women’s Day is all about celebrating being a girl or woman. Our list here is only the tip of a very very large iceberg of amazing empowered women who are quite literally ruling the world with fierce AF campaigning. Feeling inspired yet? We sure are.

For more amazing content for International Women’s Day and beyond, make sure you give us a follow on Instagram @ditchthelabel

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