If Ben & Jerry's Had Feminist Ice Cream Flavors, This Is What They'd Be (Photos)
Lately, a lot of ladies have been speaking up about putting a woman on the $20 bill.
However, that's not the only place we'd like to see a few more female faces.
If there's one thing we women love almost as much as the feminist movement, it's a delicious pint of our favorite Ben & Jerry's ice cream.
But recently, one writer named Amanda McCall noticed there's one little problem with this tasty frozen treat. If you take a look at the names of the different flavors, you'll find a huge gender disparity in this male-dominated freezer section.
Over the past 30 years, the dynamic ice cream duo released 20 flavors inspired by famous people, but Liz Lemon's Greek Frozen Yogurt and Hanna Teter's Maple Blondie are the only two flavors that have been named after ladies.
So, instead of boycotting this pro-dude dessert (because let's face it, that would take some serious willpower), McCall came up with a variety of ingenious feminist flavors.
All of her strong, female-inspired pints sound pretty damn delicious; Ben & Jerry's should really consider adopting these because at the end of the day, nothing tastes sweeter than ice cream served with an extra scoop of women's equality.