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My Favorite Right Wing Instagram Baddies

Instagram. It’s the best and the worst at the same damn time. I’m a very visual person, and enjoy Instagram as a platform more so than any other social networking app. But it also happens to be the app that gets us the most caught up in the rat race of comparison, jealousy and self loathing. While highlighting the best moments of our lives in our best angles, lighting, and filters it also bring out the worst in people. All too many of us stare at our phones after posting a picture waiting for likes to pour in like crackheads waiting for a fix. And we all have that one friend who put one Yetti butt picture up, got caught up and basically turned into full blown Instagram thots because they were hooked on the attention. It’s tragic.

But there are upsides to the app.

I hate when people talk about supporting people for the sake of demographic solidarity. I’m not going to support anyone just because they’re women or not white. Sorry, but just because we were born with a few biological characteristics in common doesn’t mean I like you — and it obviously doesn’t mean anyone else likes me 😂.

But I love seeing other young right of center women flourish and thrive, because we actually have more in common than skin color and chromosomes. We share beliefs that many of us are constantly attacked for. We share a worldview that many of us are continuously asked to apologize for. We face the unrelenting hypocrisy of a self righteous left that insists it empowers and respects “women and people of color” while habitually degrading us.

Yet we still kick ass and take names on a regular basis, and I love being able to see that on Instagram.

I mean after all, Ann Coulter said it best.

Like most girls, I spend 90% of my time on Instagram looking at my own profile and rewatching my own story. After all, it’s an art. But when I’m not admiring my own on point aesthetic or laughing at my own captions, I’m scrolling through both my feed and the discover page. And I have to say, I feel like liberals are way better at Instagram than conservatives. As much as I may roll my eyes at the protest pics and anti-Trump captions, they seem to understand and utilize the platform much more effectively than their conservative counterparts. But there are many exceptions, and I follow most of them. So without further ado, here are my favorite right wing Instagram baddies.

These were listed in no particular order; and are just a few of the many bright and beautiful pro-America babes that I follow.

Alexa A.

Joanna B.

Lauren P.

Stessie

Corrie C.

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Kaitlyn L.

Alex

Lexi L.

Aaaand it appears as though I’ve reached my limit for linked Instagram pictures.

Kalley E.

Jennifer D.

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Fast forward 24 years, and a really good friend of mine got pregnant at the same age my mom did, and I assumed she would keep it. She was in a stable relationship and even told me she wanted to start a family soon. And according to almost every conversation we’d ever had on the subject, she was pro life too. But she was panicking, and almost overnight her entire perspective changed. Ironically enough, just days before I attended my first March for Life, a good friend of mine got an abortion.

And I won’t lie; I was disappointed. Because like most abortions, it wasn’t the result of some freak accident of properly used but failed birth control. She was being careless. And while I did my best to make the case for keeping it without pressuring her, I completely understood her decision and didn’t judge her for a minute. Because what my friend needed more than opinions or condemnation was my support.

I am pro life, and I always have been. My views didn’t change, but my attitude did. I realized that week, after taking frantic phone call after frantic phone call, that life happens in a lot of different directions. Life happening for my mom meant a child at 24 and dropping out of law school. Life happening for my friend meant an abortion. And part of being pro life — for me at least — is being there for people in your life even when it challenges you.
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