If you've ever wanted to know what rattles around inside the mind of a feminist (otherwise known as someone who simply wants men and women to be equal), look no further.
Yale University student Molly Williams created the Instagram page Feminist Thought Bubble to share illustrations of women voicing very frank, and on point, reactions to the sexist B.S. we have to go through every single day.
"I've always loved to draw for fun, and I've also always believed that art has the ability to unite people," she told A Plus. "Soon, I realized that since I wasn't alone in my irritation with daily experiences of sexism, sharing these drawings with a wider community might be a cool way to connect with other people experiencing misogyny. "
The 20-year-old shuts down one sexist ideology one cold-hearted cartoon at a time using images of women from all races, backgrounds and walks of life in hopes the people who see them can connect with at least one of the stereotypes depicted.
"Not all of these issues are on the same scale, but I believe that every one of them is important," she said.
See for yourself: