Q&A: Laura Raborn’s Art Uses Trump’s Words to Support Planned Parenthood

Laura Raborn recently began filling her studio with mixed media pieces incorporating Donald Trump quotes that left her shocked and bereft.

Q&A: Katie Goodman on Feminism in Comedy

Katie inspires audiences through her commitment to raising social awareness and advancing women’s rights.

ERA Now, More Than Ever: The Ms. Q&A with Equal Means Equal Filmmaker Kamala Lopez

“The Equal Rights Amendment is the necessary first step without which all other steps towards the progress of women’s rights will ultimately fail. It is the a priori action—the foundation that, when poured, allows us to build upon it to achieve great heights.”

White Women Can’t Get Away in Get Out

There is no way “out.” We can’t get away from ourselves.

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.

Rewarding Harassment and Abuse in Hollywood

This year’s Academy Awards continued a disturbing cultural narrative—one in which men accused of sexual assault or harassment are being rewarded.

Q&A: Maureen Bharoocha on Making Cool, Intersectional Stuff

“I don’t know if I was a man if It would’ve been easier, or if it would’ve taken me less time, but I’m really happy with the way things have gone for myself.”

Doing Maya Angelou’s Story Justice

When Rita Coburn-Whack’s life became political, Angelou’s memoir of “truths” were all she could talk about.

PHOTO ESSAY: The Girls Standing Up To Patriarchy in India

As they take out their ‘Stop Child Brides’ branded notebooks out of their ‘We Can’ bags, there is a palatable sense of excitement in the room.

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