Molly M. Ginty is a journalist who writes for Ms., Women’s eNews, On the Issues, the Utne Reader, The Nation and other progressive publications.
Why Ireland’s “Yes” Vote on Abortion Changes Everything
The historic vote to enshrine reproductive rights is the result of decades of organizing by Irish women—and its impact will be felt in countries across the globe.
Let’s Reclaim St. Patrick’s Day From Kellyanne Conway and Mike Pence
Progressives can celebrate St. Paddy's day by reviving the long, proud Irish tradition of standing with immigrants and refugees.
With the Threat of Climate Collapse, Is It Time to Embrace Survivalism?
Why it might be worth prepping for a post-doomsday scenario
Is ‘Female Viagra’ Feminist?
A new drug divides the women’s health movement
We Are All Sea Turtles Now
Can the Olive ridley sea turtle survive human meddling?
Nemesis of the Chemical Giants
For 30 years, scientist Theo Colborn has fought the chemical industry—and won.
Foam Wasn’t Built in a Day
Eco-activists of all ages are working to banish styrofoam.
Up the River
Why the West Virginia spill was not a freak occurrence.
UAW President Bob King On What Unions Can Do For Detroit
The ITT List
The Gathering: A Shamrock Survival Guide
Fall of the Monarchs
Can we save North America’s most beloved butterfly?