These things can no longer go on—not in Idaho, not in the United States, not anywhere in the world. This march is only the first step towards unifying our communities to create change from the grassroots level up.
Amidst the rise of Trump, intersectional feminist Instagram accounts are reclaiming virtual space.
Women stand to lose access to critical services—and protection from discrimination by health care providers—if the ACA is repealed in full.
More than 150,000 people are expected to attend the Women’s March in D.C. on January 21. Thanks to two recreational knitters, as many of them as possible will be outfitted with pink Pussyhats to commemorate the occasion.
In a recent episode of the “Degrassi: Next Class,” Lola decides to have an abortion after she discovers she’s pregnant from a one-night stand at a party.
The Feminist Majority Foundation, publisher of Ms., has partnered with organizers in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and San Francisco and will be assembling a feminist delegation for each city’s Women’s March.
When adolescent girls are a topic of discussion, they are somehow still missing from the conversation. The solution to this problem is easy: girl-driven and girl-operated efforts to end inequality.
Feminist and civil rights leaders are fighting back against the nomination of Jeff Sessions for Attorney General.
The 115th Congress was sworn in this week, and an impressive crop of new feminist women were among them—leaders who will take up the fight for women’s rights in the Senate and the House.