Thursday: Rally To Ratify the ERA Now!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 23, 2014 J.T. Johnson ∙ Office – (703) 522-2214 ∙ Cell – (202) 681-7251jessica@feministmajority.org Facebook.com/FeministMajority @femmajority Thursday: Rally To Ratify the ERA Now! WHEN:Thursday, July 24, 2014 WHERE:Sidewalk in front of the U.S. Supreme Court1 First St, NE, Washington, DC MEDIA AVAILABILITY: Eleanor Smeal, Feminist Majority President WASHINGTON – Thursday at 9:00 a.m., Rep…. [Continue Reading]

Let’s Talk About It: Join Us for a Call to Discuss Advancing Women and Families in 2014

On January 29th, Feminist Majority, our allies, and champions in Congress invite you to join an unprecedented national conversation about these issues and the changes that will advance income equality and economic security for women and families in America.

Feminist Fix: Women Elected Terry McAuliffe Governor of Virginia

Terry McAuliffe was elected Governor of Virginia last night in an extremely close race against Republican Ken Cuccinelli. Here’s what it means.

Massive Age Gaps in Voting for 2012 Elections

For years, young voters have been discounted and labeled as apathetic no shows when it comes to voting. After 2012, the age gap will be ignored at a politician’s peril. In 2012, according to exit polls, nationwide voters 18-29 years old comprised 19 percent of the electorate while voters over 65 years comprised 16 percent… [Continue Reading]

Gender Gap Decisive in Marriage Equality Victories

Exit poll data revealed a massive and decisive gender gap in voting on the marriage equality ballot measures that just might put to rest once and for all some old gender adages. Women have all too often been cast as the more conservative sex. Nothing could be further from the truth. Women, on the average,… [Continue Reading]

Gender Gap Costly: Women’s Votes Decisive in Presidential and Senate Races

The problem the Republican Party has with women is deep and costly. Their attacks on women’s rights all add up to a widely perceived Republican War on Women that significantly influenced the outcome of the election by creating impactful gender gaps in many key races. President Barack Obama won reelection with 55 percent of women’s… [Continue Reading]