Gloria Steinem

“If this goes, what else can go? It makes everything feel precarious," said Debbie Walsh, of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University.
The feminist legend schooled the Supreme Court nominee, who is seen as a threat to abortion rights, on "The Late Late Show."
“She came home to vote,” the activist said of the Duchess of Sussex, before going into detail about the two’s efforts to get people to the polls.
The Duchess of Sussex and the longtime activist met for a wide-ranging conversation about politics and feminism over the weekend.
The iconic feminist said the New York City mayor is one of her top four candidates.
The singer-songwriter will play the civil rights activist who co-founded Ms. magazine with Steinem in “The Glorias: A Life On The Road."
In “Yours In Sisterhood,” filmmaker Irene Lusztig unearths letters sent to Ms. magazine during the feminist movement. Many could have been written today.
“It’s way, way more than anything I’ve ever seen," the iconic feminist said.
Is she worried about backlash? No. “F**k them,” the feminist icon said during a conference on women's empowerment.
In a year that started in solidarity for women with the Women’s March, 2017 has jumpstarted a new feminist revolution for