(It’s Not a) Witch Hunt!

There is a suggestion that all those whose fingers are pointed at Trump are somehow enmeshed in a nationwide mass hysteria—that they are a heaving mass of gullible, deluded goodwives. But women know better. Women know what a witch hunt really is.

It’s Time for Another Female Secretary of State—and Many More Women Diplomats

If the decision-makers are always male, women do not get a fair hearing—and their perspectives are sorely needed today.

Why Stormy Daniels Shouldn’t Show Us Those Photos

If Stormy Daniels has explicit photos of the president, should she leak them? Political beliefs and positions should not complicate a very simple answer: No.

A Different Measure of Success: We All Win When Women Run

Win or lose, the women running for office this year have the power to disrupt norms of both gender and candidacy—and that’s a victory for all of us.

We Can Fix the Law Enforcement Landscape Facing—and Failing—Campus Sexual Assault Survivors

For survivors on college campuses, a puzzle of legal options and policies complicate reporting—and deter due process.

The Women of the Senate are Demanding an End to Sexual Harassment

In a letter signed by every single woman Senator, the members demanded Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer take action on sexual harassment in the chamber.

The Supreme Court Should #EndTheLies

The Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments this month in a case which could determine the future of fake clinics and their ability to spread misinformation to patients nationwide. In response, hundreds of activists gathered in D.C. to demand that so-called Crisis Pregnancy Centers #EndTheLies.

Michigan State Students are Leading the University into a New Era After Nassar

Michigan State University students have become a voice for change in the wake of Larry Nassar’s trials—confronting corruption at and demanding accountability from one of the largest universities in the country.

Accountability is Finally Coming to Academia in the Midst of #MeToo

A Title IX investigation prompted by an essay in Ms. is bringing the #MeToo movement—and some accountability—to the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Communication.

#FreeAle: Feminists are Demanding the Release of Reproductive Justice Activist Detained by ICE

Alejandra Pablos, 32, was detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement during a routine check-in and is now being held without bond. Advocates across the country believe she was targeted by officials for her activism.

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