From The Current Issue
New attention on gender inequality is inspiring new movements and energizing existing ones.
The Congresswoman resigned after having an affair with a campaign aide, but she’s also a crime victim, and those two facts don’t cancel each other out.
After traveling thousands of miles fleeing violence and discrimination, LGBTQ women find safety and support in Tapachula, Mexico.
When I learned that my first issue as editorial director of YES! would be on death, I cringed a bit. No one likes to think about death, much less talk about it. In fact, death might be more taboo to discuss than even sex or money. A recent survey found that only about a third of people had discussed making wills with their partners, or their wishes concerning their funerals. It’s almost as though we believe that dying doesn’t actually happen. At least not to us.
Time and time again women have proven that viewers are interested in the stories they tell.
The Detroit Blk Gurls Do Tarot Facebook group empowers women in traditional spiritualities.
adrienne maree brown shares unabashed love for the visionary writer, here and in the new documentary “Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin.”