L.A. Women Lead the Way

The female supermajority on Los Angeles County’s governing board proves why women in politics matters.

Gorsuch Doesn’t Fit the Bill

The stakes are as high as they can be, and we are all taking note. Judge Gorsuch is not qualified to represent every American on the Supreme Court.

Getting Real about Paid Sick Days

We need national legislation supporting paid sick days.

ERA Now, More Than Ever: The Ms. Q&A with Equal Means Equal Filmmaker Kamala Lopez

“The Equal Rights Amendment is the necessary first step without which all other steps towards the progress of women’s rights will ultimately fail. It is the a priori action—the foundation that, when poured, allows us to build upon it to achieve great heights.”

Q&A: Lawyer Heather McCabe on Creating and Sustaining Progress for All Families Under Trump

McCabe turned her rage from election day into resistance—and the motivation to help impact positive change through political action.

Body Politic

I wish I could say that getting an IUD in the waning days of the Obama administration was an act of political resistance. It wasn’t.

It’s Time for an Equal Rights Amendment—and an End to the War on Women

Women have waited over 230 years to be a part of the the Constitution. It’s time to ratify the ERA.

The Senate Can Save Women’s Lives—If They Stop Gorsuch

“Without question, Neil Gorsuch is bad for women’s rights and lives,” Eleanor Smeal, President of the Feminist Majority Foundation, said in an email to activists this week.

NEWSFLASH: Trump Administration Will Reverse Progress for Trans Students

President Trump is poised to rescind key anti-discrimination protections for trans youth issued last year.

Fighting For True “Workplace Advancement” in the Trump Era

“Just because you slap the name ‘strong families’ on a bill doesn’t mean that you actually care about families.”

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