Wrong On All Counts: One Woman’s Reflections on Her 1976 Coming Out Letter to Ms.

In 1976, Claudia Stallman came out as a lesbian in a letter to Ms.

Help Us Keep Ms. Strong for the Fights Ahead

Women’s votes have the power to decide the makeup of Congress and shape the national agenda. As we approach this critical moment, we need your help to keep feminists informed, empowered and mobilized. 

Yours in Sisterhood: The Film Connecting Feminists Through Vintage Letters to Ms.

Irene Lusztig’s film “Yours in Sisterhood” is a collective portrait of feminism across four decades—built uniquely through time travel and postage stamps.

End Patriarchy

The opportunities arising from this moment are countless. Let’s seize them.

The Weinstein Effect

How the downfall of one sexual predator can usher in an era of change for women everywhere.

Bookmarks: Feminist Reads for Winter

These six books will keep you busy—and inspired to keep fighting—as we start off 2018.

The Good-Guy Awards

Working Mother’s “100 Best Companies” is great for corporate PR. But for the mothers reading this list—those companies could do better.

No Peace Without Women

The newly enacted Women, Peace and Security Act gives women reserved seating at the peace-talk table.

Pain and Prejudice

Women suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome remain undiagnosed and untreated, for a tangle of reasons with sexism at the core.

This is What Democracy Looks Like

In 2017’s elections, women—as candidates and voters—repudiated Trump’s agenda and delivered big wins for Democrats.

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