The Ms. Q&A: Morgan Jerkins Doesn’t Need Your Permission

“A vast majority of the book is about trying to hide and be white, or hide under my weaves. I’m trying to do all these different things. And now I think: What would it be like to be a revelation to myself?”

Actor and Director Karen Allen Wants More Progress in Hollywood

A lot has changed since Marion Ravenwood punched Indiana Jones. But not enough.

Q&A: Roxane Gay on Authenticity, Likability and Resistance

“I love when people give a damn and are invested in things, trivial and not. Ambivalence is boring.”

Agent Scully Tackles Feminism

Gillian Anderson partnered with Jennifer Nadel to write “WE: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere.” We talked to them about the book, the movement and the X-Files.

Q&A: Memoirist Mary Karr on Being the Only Woman in the Room

“My mother was reading Simone de Beauvoir when I was a little girl. So, certainly I’m a feminist.”

Q&A: Bestselling Author Elizabeth Gilbert on Feminism and Creative Living

“It’s not an influence–it’s the groundwater that nourishes every idea I have. Because without feminism, I do not exist.”

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