Why are people—even smart women—worshipping Johnny in all his Sparrowness while crucifying the “liar” Amber? Barbara Lippert has her theories.
In an agreement that could lead the way for equity in other areas, women’s soccer players will be paid as much as the men.
The critic Margo Jefferson, plus two daughters of the Civil Rights Era, talk about May’s regression.
We love reinvention stories but we’ve never heard one as dramatic and jarring as Alfreda Scheuer’s.
Are we headed back to the dark ages? Sally Edelstein thinks so. Which is why she’s headed to the streets once more in protest.
On Earth Day, we want to remind you that a healthy, clean environment needs your ideas, influence, energy, and expertise.
Women political leaders received far more threats than male counterparts, and as the Michigan case shows, the haters are getting away with it.
Suzanne Braun Levine was the first editor of Ms. Magazine. Here she assesses the headway—and backsliding—since the magazine’s launch in 1972.
She’s got smarts and an impressive record, but there’s more to the woman who will likely be the next Supreme Court justice.
Women are often characterized as terrible bosses, but Marina McCarthy uncovers the truths and lies that feed this narrative.