5 Big Wins for Women from This Year’s Emmy Awards

Women garnered groundbreaking wins at the 69th Annual Emmy Awards—and female-driven content made its way to the forefront.

The Lies Ingrid Tells

“Ingrid” deals with themes like social media obsession, mental health and female friendship irresponsibly, ultimately perpetuating both ableist tropes of mental illness and harmful myths about women.

Peace, Strength, Wisdom, Wonder

It’s no wonder she’s graced the Ms. cover five times and counting. Wonder Woman remains a dynamic symbol of women’s potential, the possibilities of feminism and the hopes of humanity.

The Ms. Q&A: Daisy Hernandez on Writing as Fighting Back

“Both on the national stage and my day to day life, people can ignore me for whatever reasons—’cause I’m Latina, ’cause they have ideas bout me—but when I’m on the page, no one ignores the page.”

Feminist Fix: Stop Telling Hillary Clinton to Shut Up (And Other Feminist Links)

Billie Jean King looks backward and forward, Munroe Bergdorf moves on from L’Oreal, Kirsten Gillibrand takes on Betsy DeVos, action steps for the week and more feminist news!

The War on Women Report: No. 3

This week, the Trump administration lashed out at a Black woman journalist, spread falsehoods about voting rights, nominated more men but no women as U.S. attorneys, met with anti-choice lobbyists and filed papers to further clear up Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s record.

Rest in Power: Remembering Marriage Equality Champion Edith Windsor

Edith Windsor, LGBTQ and civil rights activist, died at 88 in Manhattan on Tuesday. Her landmark Supreme Court case led to the striking down of the Defense of Marriage Act—making marriage equality the law of the land.

Broads to Keep Watching Out For

Broad City’s continued hold on viewers is helping prove, for once and for all, that the future of comedy is female—and feminist.

“What Happened” in the 2016 Election is Part of Women’s History—And Hillary Deserves to Tell It

The fact that so many are comfortable denigrating that story at this juncture of women’s history proves that there are far bigger problems than a book tour ahead. What Happened is doomed to happen again—unless, this time, we listen.

8 Great Feminist YouTube Channels to Tune Into

In conjunction with presenting fact-based, statistical arguments, these activists ground their videos with intimate accounts of bigotry and inequality from their own experiences.

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