In our fall issue, award-winning author Amanda Hollis-Brusky takes stock not just of the threat Brett Kavanaugh poses, but of the efforts by Trump to stack the federal courts, at every level, with nominees just like him.
Women around the country and the world are seeing red and demanding justice—and their stories are at the center of the next issue of Ms.
For just $5 a month, you’ll get each issue of Ms.—in print and on-the-go through our app. For a little bit more, you’ll get pins and tee-shirts made for marching on.
A massive gender gap and historic numbers of women candidates mean women may be the deciders in the 2018 midterm elections.
This year, we marched with a new mission: to make women’s voices heard in the next elections.
Nearly 2.7 million people joined at least 419 Women’s Marches in the U.S. and its territories, in red states and blue states, in all 50 states, and at least 131 marches in 33 other countries around the world.
Our Spring issue captures the growing power and momentum of the women’s movements—and lays out solutions for some of the most pressing issues of this moment.
Women’s votes have the power to decide the makeup of Congress and shape the national agenda. As we approach this critical moment, we need your help to keep feminists informed, empowered and mobilized.
In 2017’s elections, women—as candidates and voters—repudiated Trump’s agenda and delivered big wins for Democrats.
The Winter issue of Ms. zeroes in on the historic moment we’re watching unfold across the country—and around the world—as women force another much-needed reckoning around sexual harassment and assault.