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The War on Women Report No. 4

The War on Women is in full force under the Trump administration. We refuse to go back, and we refuse to let the administration quietly dismantle the progress we’ve made.

Bookmarks: 11 Great Fall Reads for Feminists

This post is excerpted from the latest issue of Ms. Subscribe today to read more. Reproductive Justice: An Introduction by Loretta J.

Feminist Fix: Hillary Clinton Isn’t Going Anywhere and Dolores Huerta is Tired of Being Erased

Feminist News + Arizona’s Supreme Court ruled that parental rights extend to gay spouses. + Meanwhile, in Brazil, conversion therapy has been legalized after a judge ruled that homosexuality was “a disease.” + Students rioted at Georgia Tech after the police shot and killed an LGBT group leader from campus.

The Battle Goes On

A lot has changed since Billie Jean King hoisted a trophy in victory over her head on September 20, 1973 after a historic “Battle of the Sexes” against Bobby Riggs at the Houston Astrodome.

Seven Ways Graham-Cassidy Attack’s Women’s Healthcare

Several failed efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act have led to the worst replacement yet—especially for women.

Seeing Red

A menstruating runner makes a social-media splash after “free bleeding” without protection through an entire marathon.

Fighting for Their Lives

Eight women camped out this February and March in the Puerta Del Sol, one of Madrid’s busiest squares.

Reckoning and Wrecking

There should be a word for a book that as soon as you hear about it, you need to get your hands on. It’s the book you’re sure will illuminate something critical about your life; it’s the one that you’re sure will give you a key of sorts, or at least a clear mirror in which to reflect.

WATCH: Broaching the Personal and the Political in Pop Culture

The thumbnail of Retro Reports’ mini-doc for The New York Time, “The Fight Over Women’s Bodies,” is a still shot of women dressed in red robes and bonnets a la the concubines in The Handmaid’s Tale protesting proposed cuts to reproductive health funding outside of the National Capitol in Washington.

My Great American Abortion Clinic Family Road Trip

My husband, 5-year-old son and I climbed into our SUV and took a road trip this summer. We listened to Bob Dylan’s Highway 61, felt the breeze in our hair and played eye-spy while we watched the landscape change from fields of gold wheat to purple mountains.

We Heart: Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda’s Message to Donald Trump

Included among the historic wins at this year’s Emmy Awards was a healthy dose of political commentary, a lot of which took aim at President Donald Trump.

Alabama Attorney General Candidate Wants to Use a State Militia to End Legal Abortion

In a investigative report on Rewire, Ally Boguhn exposes Samuel McLure—an adoption lawyer and anti-choice activist who hopes to secure the Republican nomination for attorney general in Alabama and make it “hell on earth” for abortion providers.

The Latest Version of Trumpcare is the Worst One Yet

After seven years of politically charged “warnings” about the Affordable Care Act an seven years of hollowed-out promises that there is a perfect, utterly impermeable antidote, Republican Senators have hit the eleventh-hour on their push to repeal and replace the historic health care bill.

5 Big Wins for Women from This Year’s Emmy Awards

This year’s Emmy Awards championed diversity in a way no prior ceremony has. Distinction was given to people of color, LGBTQ individuals and most especially women, who dominated the ceremony in a revolutionary fashion.

Are We Really Surprised?

On Sunday, the President of the United States retweeted a doctored video in which he swings at and hits a golf ball that subsequently hits Hillary Clinton, causing her to trip and fall to the ground.

The Ms. Q&A: Diana Hernandez on Writing as Fighting Back

Diana Hernandez—author of A Cup of Water Under My Bed: A Memoir, co-editor of Colonize This! Young Women of Color on Today’s Feminism and former editor of ColorLines magazine and columnist with Ms.—has spent her life expanding narratives for women of color.

The Lies Ingrid Tells

I’ll admit I had expectations for Ingrid Goes West. The advertising successfully reeled me in and I was excited by the cast and promise of dark satire.

The Lies Ingrid Tells: Representing Female Friendships, Mental Illness, and the Cult of Instagram

I’ll admit I had expectations for Ingrid Goes West. The advertising successfully reeled me in and I was excited by the cast and promise of dark satire.

Feminist Fix: Stop Telling Hillary Clinton to Shut Up

Feminist News + The Department of Justice decided on Tuesday that it will not bring charges against the officers responsible for the murder of Freddie Gray.

Tracking—and Funding—Women’s Progress in the Age of Trump

Next week kicks off the annual UN General Assembly in New York, where they check in on their progress towards a 2030 agenda to promote peace and prosperity.