Giving Voice to Trans and Non-Binary Survivors of Sexual Violence

As a trans survivor of sexual and emotional abuse, Lexie Bean has spent a lot of time trying to make sense of their own body.

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.

10 Books Every Feminist Should Read This Year

Since Trump has ushered in a new wave of woman-hating, feminists should delve back into the consciousness-raising and resistance that result from reading books.

The Handmaid’s Tale: Fiction or Prediction?

The Handmaid’s Tale portrays a future world that takes the current attacks on women’s freedoms to a frightening conclusion—and shows us the importance of remaining vigilant and persistent.

The Nearly Impossible Dream

Hard work and ambition are supposed to be the keys to escaping poverty, yet few poor black girls will ever achieve middle-class success.

Q&A: Sarah Pappalardo and Beth Newell on Winning at Feminism

We spoke with the co-founders of Reductress about their book, “How to Win at Feminism,” and depictions of feminism in today’s media landscape.

A Conversation on Race, Gender and a Path Out of Poverty

Ms. and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles are hosting a conversation on poverty, the future of feminism and how women’s stories can fuel progress.

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.”

Abuse and Empowerment: Donna Kaz’s “Un/Masked” Compels Us to Speak Up

Donna Kaz’s Un/Masked: Memoirs of a Guerrilla Girl on Tour chronicles the birth of a feminist.

Q&A: Dr. Stephanie Allen and Lauren Cherelle on Black Lesbian Feminism and Fiction

“I decided to go for it because it defines who I am. I am Black, am lesbian and am a feminist and this is my press.”

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