Until fairly recently, ‘feminist’ wasn’t a word I would have used to describe myself. I always associated it with being an extremist or activist, protesting every weekend against this organization or that corporation. Of course, being a feminist does involve some of that, but in today’s world (and in my opinion), it means simply standing up for our basic human rights as women, whether that be freedom of choice or equal pay in the workplace.
Last weekend, I had the opportunity to visit one of Los Angeles’s most sought-after summer attractions: the Museum of Ice Cream. In case it hasn’t been filling up your Instagram feed like it has mine, the pop-up museum is a converted warehouse in downtown’s Arts District with the most photo-worthy art installations, activities and, of course, ICE CREAM.