Celebrate Women’s Voting Power and Become a Ms. Partner

This fall, almost 100 years after women won the right to vote in the United States, women’s votes have the power to elect the next president, decide the makeup of Congress and shape the national agenda. To celebrate the power of women’s votes—and to ensure Ms. continues to keep feminists everywhere informed and empowered—I am inviting you to join a very dedicated group of readers we call our Ms. Partners.


Because Ms. doesn’t take commercial advertisements, you never have to worry that we will shy away from telling it like it is. For 44 years, Ms. has been challenging the status quo and shaking up the world. And our bold leadership and courageous storytelling can bring about even more significant change for women and girls in the years to come.

There are two ways to become a Ms. Partner – you can make a one-time tax-deductible gift of $44 or more (a dollar for every year that Ms. has been truth-telling and trailblazing), or join our monthly sustainer program—at $10, $15 or $25 or more a month. With a donation of $1,000 or more, you will become a Lifetime Member of the Ms. community. And as a special thanks, when you become a Ms. Partner, we will list your name in a special section of our historic fall issue celebrating women’s voting power. If you act now and you can double the impact of your contribution.

An anonymous donor has pledged to match dollar for dollar the first 225 new Ms. Partners. Help us meet this challenge and become a Ms. Partner today!

You depend on Ms. to bring you the analysis and expert opinion about what’s driving women’s choice of candidates and perspectives on the issues. We depend on our partners and readers to keep Ms. strong. Ms. Partners enable us to bring you the insightful and hard-hitting reporting and ideas you’ve come to expect from us.

Become a Ms. Member today. Here’s to celebrating women’s voting power and making history!




Katherine Spillar is the executive director of Feminist Majority Foundation and executive editor of Ms., where she oversees editorial content and the Ms. in the Classroom program.