Women of the Valley |
By laura Sydell
The male geek is not the only image
of success in the tech world.
We Are the Many,
Not the Few | By Sarah Seltzer
Occupy's issues are longtime feminist
concerns, so it's no wonder women are
holding up half the movement.
Blocking the Vote | By aShley lopez
The vast array of new voting
restrictions may affect your right to
vote this November—and could change
"Should My People
Need Me" | By Gaiutra Bahadur
Testing new freedoms under
Burma's junta, opposition
leader Aung San Suu Kyi is
running for Parliament.
Fair and Square | By Martha Burk
should cover women as
well as they do men.
Singled Out| tamara
Why is the media obsessed
with the marriage rate
of black women?
Weddings & a Funeral | By SuSan GoldBerG
The author recounts how,
in sickness and health,
through love and tears,
marriage equality brought
a family together.
Erin Aubry Kaplan on Joyce Carol Oates' Mudwoman
Liza Featherstone on Lilly Ledbetter's Grace and Grit: My Fight for Equal Pay and Fairness at Goodyear and Beyond
Anushay Hossain on Fawzia Koofi's The Favored Daughter: One Woman's Fight to Lead Afghanistan Into the Future
Diane Mehta on Anuradha Roy's The Folded Earth
Laura Orlando on Mara Einstein's Compassion, Inc.: How Corporate America Blurs the Line Between What We Buy, Who We Are, and Those We Help
Great reads for Winter 2012
Feminist films available for
This Is What 40 Looks Like | BY DONNA BRAZILE
Ms. celebrates a big birthday and looks to the future.