October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Ms. Blog will be publishing a series of posts detailing the impact of domestic violence, including personal essays and more, throughout the month. In the midst of an argument, I see the glass fly through the air at 24 frames a second. While sitting on our bed, my vision slows, […]
Chafe describes the Clinton era as a “co-presidency” and gives readers insight into Hillary as the main force behind Bill’s surprisingly meek personality.
The tumultuous 2012 election was historic for women in more ways than one. Women voters made up 54 percent of the electorate and favored the president by an 11 percent gap, ushering him to reelection. America elected a record number of women to the Senate, with Tammy Baldwin becoming the first out lesbian senator and […]
Making up more than half of the U.S. population, women represent only 17 percent of seats in Congress, 12 percent of the state governors and 23 percent of state legislators. One source of the problem that women in DC are trying to fix: not enough women run for office.