What’s Your Ms. Story?

“My first subscription to Ms. was a gift from my aunt… It had the added bonus of really pissing off my misogynist stepfather. “

Civil Rights Wronged

While headlines focus on the latest White House scandal, President Donald Trump’s executive agencies are working quietly to roll back civil rights protections and enforcement.

Bookmarks: 11 Great Fall Reads for Feminists

A literary sisterhood, a primer on reproductive justice, a working woman’s handbook for fighting sexism, a social justice chef and more.

Seeing Red

Flowing with wry wit through its lively chapters, “Periods Gone Public: Taking a Stand for Menstrual Equity” is part memoir and part social analysis.

Fighting for Their Lives

In their first U.S. interview, Spain’s hunger strikers against gender violence tell Ms. what motivates them.

Ask a Doctor

A feminist-founded group of Ohio doctors is vocal in its support of health care and abortion rights.

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.

Not Backing Down

We promise to keep making history, pushing forward and inspiring a movement that has changed the world.

Wonder Woman is Back on the Cover of Ms.—And You Could See Your Name in the Issue!

Wonder Woman is leaping off movie screens as part of our 45th anniversary celebration, returning for the fifth time to the cover of Ms. Join her on the pages of our Anniversary Issue by becoming a Ms. member!

She Persisted: A First Look at Our Summer Issue

The Summer issue of Ms. spotlights the challenges women are facing worldwide—and how they’re harnessing their power, in politics and in the streets, to fight for their communities and their own lives. Across states and nations, we are persisting.

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