1. Estee Lalonde
Estee Lalonde is one of my favorite feminists. She has a series of videos called FEMTALKS that talks about current women’s issues and topics that aren’t usually talked about in mainstream videos. I trust Lalonde’s book recommendations with everything I have, they never fail to make you feel empowered and proud to be a woman. Her beauty videos are perfectly executed and also just really pretty to watch.
2. Kendall Rae
Kendall Rae uncovers conspiracy theories, crimes, political videos, and some lifestyle videos. Rae has a series of conspiracy theories that I cannot stop watching; she does everything from conspiracies on missing people to the simulation conspiracy theory.
She is just now starting a series on unsolved cases on missing people. Her conspiracy videos have many different views of the conspiracy so you can be aware of the different theories.
You guys — the Vogue channel deserves more followers. Vogue follows celebrities from Emma Stone to Victoria Beckham with “What’s In My Bag” videos, interviews, Day in the Life videos, morning routines, etc. My personal favorite are their 73 questions videos, where Vogue follows a celebrity throughout their house and asks them 73 questions. My favorite is Emma Stone’s. These videos let me know my favorite celebrities on a personal level that is more than just a lame 5-minute interview.