We Heart: The Women Athletes Getting Political in PyeongChang

Sports and politics have long been intertwined. With the 2018 Winter Olympics in full swing, athletes—especially female athletes—are speaking out.

Sexual Assault Reports at West Point Have Doubled Since Last Year

Sexual assault isn’t unique to West Point’s campus, nor is it unique to the armed services.

Gloria Steinem Pushes Back on Borders

Los Angeles City College’s Herb Alpert Music Center came alive last week when Ms. co-founder Gloria Steinem joined activist and entrepreneur Samantha Ramirez-Herrera for a conversation about immigration.

Why #MeToo Doesn’t Translate in China

One woman’s #MeToo story has forced others to recognize and reckon with the fact that sexual harassment is prevalent in Chinese schools and universities—and that an infrastructure to address it, report it and educate against it is long overdue.

Challenging Anti-Abortion Junk Science, One Billboard at a Time

A network of independent abortion providers are pushing back on the latest string of anti-abortion rhetoric in a big way.

Go Nancy Go!

Nancy Pelosi today spoke out in support of DREAMers on the House floor for eight hours. She wore four-inch heels and drank only water. It was the longest speech in floor history.

Pregnant Workers Facing Discrimination Need a #MeToo Movement

Pregnancy discrimination in the workplace has been illegal for four decades, but employers still use pregnancy as an excuse to push women out of the workplace, especially in blue-collar jobs. Just ask Amanda Van Fleet.

Facing the Complicated Truth About FGM

Complex issues necessitate complex solutions. Women and girls who are facing FGM/C deserve more than lip service from the U.S. government; they deserve our full support.

#MeTooK12: Teens are Speaking Out About Assault and Harassment in Schools

K-12 schools are the training ground for the sexual harassment and assault that occurs in college and the workplace—and now, a new campaign is gaining momentum to shed light on younger assault victims.

This is What #PaidLeaveMeans

The U.S. remains the only developed nation that does not mandate any paid leave. A new campaign seeks to illustrate what a major difference that makes in women’s lives across the country.

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