Women's Media Center

Tuesday’s election of an unprecedented number of women, gender non-conforming and minority candidates was a powerful renunciation
“It’s not accidental" that 75 percent of officeholders are men, former Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis (D) says in the video.
A report from the Women's Media Center found three-fourths of non-acting nominees are men.
Today, Women’s Equality Day, is a time to reflect on all we have accomplished towards a more equal world, and also how far
"We create space for each other by being whole people and reaching out to others as individuals."
What a NYTimes op-ed suggesting Democrats shouldn't be the "abortion party" missed.
As a sexual assault survivor, I make one simple request. Can we stop celebrating misogynists and sexual predators with Academy
"If ever there was a time when we needed all hands on deck, it’s now."
"The perspectives, experience and voices of more than half the population deserve an equal seat at the table.”
My observation is that there has been a slight but positive shift in how women are portrayed in media. I see powerful women anchors on respected television news shows and some of the morning network news programs.