It’s never too early to start reading to kids, or to kick off a consciousness-raising session with them—and these feminist children’s books make it easier than ever to do both.
Author: Amy DePoy
Sisterhood, Herstory and Talking Circles: Inside Gloria’s Life
Stepping into Daryl Roth Theatre, just steps from Union Square, now feels like stepping into a feminist time machine.
The Ms. Q&A: Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova Wants You to Read and Riot
Nadya Tolokonnikova is no stranger to speaking out. Ms. caught up with the internationally-renowned feminist firebrand to talk about her latest book, what she’s fighting for and her own revolution from within.
The (Unfortunately Timely) Miseducation of Cameron Post
“The Miseducation of Cameron Post” will make you laugh—but it won’t let you forget the horrors of anti-gay conversion therapy.
Thumbs Down: It’s Time for More Diverse Voices in Film Criticism
There are twice as many men as women reviewers in broadcast, online and print media—and over 80 percent of reviewers across gender lines are white.
The Ms. Q&A: Ally Johnson is Creating a New (Lesbian!) Queer Eye
Johnson, who is fundraising to produce a show called “Butch Pal for the Straight Gal,” wants to show the world that women, too, can change each other’s lives for the better.
Sandra Oh’s Emmy Nomination is a Major Milestone for Asian Women
Oh just became the first Asian woman ever nominated for an Emmy in the category of best leading actress in a drama series.
We Heart: The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Action Figure Fueling Gender Equality
Feminist icon and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has once again broken the Internet.
Daring to Remember: Why Cynthia Nixon Won’t Go Back
At a rally Tuesday, Cynthia Nixon shared the story of her mother’s illegal abortion while holding up a wire coat hanger. “We must never, ever, ever go back,” she told a crowd of activists.
Daring to Remember: How Kate Daloz’s Family Lost Her Grandmother
Last May, the author of “We Are As Gods: Back to the Land in the 1970s on the Quest for a New America” told the devastating story of her grandmother’s death from a self-induced abortion in The New Yorker. Decades after her death, the story remains as relevant as ever.