Monday, January 22, 2018

Ms. Magazine | Magazine I SMASH PATRIARCHY

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Up Front

  • Ms. Letter
  • Letters
  • Keeping Score

News

National

A Promise Kept; Trump’s Latest Pussy Grab; The Case of Jane Doe; No Peace Without Women; Short Takes

Global

Runaway Brides; Piping Up; Is ‘FARC Feminism’ for Real?; Trending: #PopFeminism; Short Takes

Features

The Weinstein Effect

BY LINDA BURSTYN
How the downfall of one sexual predator can usher in an era of change for women everywhere

This Is What Democracy Looks Like

BY KATHERINE SPILLAR
Women came out in droves in 2017’s elections—as candidates and voters—repudiating Trump’s agenda and delivering big wins for Democrats.

Peacekeeping Is a Woman’s Job

BY SANAM NARAGHI ANDERLINI
Some 17 years after the U.N. resolution on women, peace and security, women make up just 5 percent of deployed Blue Helmets. It’s time to find the political will to upend the status quo.

Pain and Prejudice

BY JULIE REHMEYER
Women suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome remain undiagnosed and untreated, for a tangle of reasons with sexism at the core.

Departments

Media

Homegrown Hero

BY GAYLE TZEMACH LEMMON
Even under Taliban rule, an Afghan girl could become the hero of her own story.

Money

The Good-Guy Awards

BY MARTHA BURK
Working Mother’s “100 Best Companies” is great for corporate PR. But for the mothers reading this list—those companies really could do better.

Remembrance

Barbara Blaine, 1956-2017

BY BILL FROGAMENI
An advocate for those abused by Catholic priests, Blaine made it easier to identify perpetrators, harder to cover their evil and easier for victims to come forward.

Excerpt

A Past and Future Teacher

In the foreword to A Passionate Life, a new collection of writings by and on Indian freedom fighter and social reformer Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay, Gloria Steinem introduces a new generation of feminists to one of her greatest influences.

Book Reviews

  • Carrie N. Baker on Cynthia Enloe’s The Big Push: Exposing And Challenging The Persistence Of Patriarchy
  • Erin Aubry Kaplan on Patrisse Khan-Cullors and asha bandele’s When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir
  • Shivanee Ramlochan on Krystal A. Sital’s Secrets We Kept: Three Women of Trinidad

Bookmarks

Great reads for winter 2018

Backtalk

You Too? Here’s What to Do

BY MARTY LANGELAN
To stop a harasser in his tracks, interrupt his agenda with nonviolent direct action.


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