You know what’s better than being an informed feminist? Being an informed feminist with a doughnut. If you’re looking to learn some more equality-centric facts — and honestly, who isn’t? — I’ve got a few short videos on feminism you’ll be able to watch in the time it takes you to eat a doughnut.
(Important Note: My doughnut-eating research is still inconclusive, but it usually takes me somewhere between three to five minutes, if I’m being generous with my self-control. Your mileage may vary depending on how quickly you eat and the complexity of your doughnut.)
While yes, feminism is as simple as the belief that all people are equal, there are plenty of more complex components that are important to keep in mind when you talk about feminism. Maybe you have questions on how to make your feminism more inclusive. Maybe you want to have more hard facts about gender inequality. Whether you’re just dipping your toes in the feminist waters or you’ve braved oceans on women’s rights, there is still a lot we can all learn.
Staying informed is one of the best ways to be a solid advocate for feminism. Because yes, people will still challenge the need for things like Women’s History Month or feminism as a whole. Having to justify the existence of feminism can be frustrating to say the least. But if you have an arsenal of knowledge to back you up, you’ll feel more confident the next time some asks if we “still need” feminism.
Check out a video or two while you enjoy a pastry or six, and we’ll all become a little more informed, one cronut at a time.