The magazine and the movement are needed more than ever.
Ms. launches a new petition, and 10,000-plus signers demand a return of abortion rights after the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision.
We delve into the role of male supremacy in the Jan. 6 insurrection—and the patriarchy in the rise of authoritarianism.
Ms. celebrates the first gender-balanced Cabinet in history, appointed by President Joe Biden, with Kamala Harris as the first woman vice president.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a breaking point for women—Ms. makes clear that the country’s childcare crisis is a moral and economic imperative.
Ms. drops the first episode of its podcast series On the Issues With Michele Goodwin.
We win the Readers’ Choice Award for Best News and Politics Cover from the American Society of Magazine Editors for a cover calling out anti-abortion state lawmakers.
As it has since the beginning, Ms. follows efforts by feminists to secure women’s fundamental rights in the U.S. Constitution, celebrating Virginia becoming the 38th and final state needed to fully ratify the amendment—though the Trump administration blocks its certification.
We look for the ways the #MeToo movement and the downfall of Harvey Weinstein can lead to lasting change for women.
Protesting Donald Trump’s inauguration, women all over the U.S. and on every continent of the globe make history with the Women’s Marches, the largest demonstration in a single day—which we cover in detail with a special issue.