Drawing the Red Line: A Look Inside of the New Issue of Ms.

As we get ready to enter a new year and a new presidential administration, this is not the time for feminists to sit on the sidelines. We must fight on. We have come too far and worked too hard to go back now.

We at Ms. are drawing the red line and we are determined to persevere until our way forward is clear.

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In our Winter issue, we take a look back at the election and take stock of what’s at stake under a Trump administration—and where we go from here. Subscribe today to get it on your digital devices or delivered to your doorstep. (If you’re already a member, please consider ordering a gift subscription for a friend—it’s never been a more important time to support feminist truth-telling and become a member of the Ms. community.)

Here’s some of what you’ll find inside the Winter issue:

+ Not Going Back: In this feature, experts on topics ranging from abortion rights to foreign policy come together to explain how a Trump presidency will challenge our fight for progress—and what we must do to fight back.
+ Beyond the Gender Gap: An in-depth look at the Feminist Factor, and how feminists—who made up 59 percent of women and one-third of men who voted—shaped the election.
+ Coverage of the protests at Standing Rock and what they mean for the reproductive rights of indigenous women, the fight to recall Judge Aaron Persky of the Brock Turner case, one high schooler’s fight for condoms on campus, the propositions that were approved on election night and even more of the feminist news and analysis that you’ve come to expect from Ms.

Subscribe now and join us in the fight ahead. Our digital and print packages ensure you can have Ms. on hand wherever you are—and every dollar of your subscription supports our hard-hitting feminist journalism.

 

About

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.