It's hard to believe it's only been a little over a month since Donald Trump took office. Trump's first 100 days as president are shaping up to be as dramatic and polarizing as he promised during his campaign, and it seems like every day brings an unprecedented amount of breaking news. From a highly controversial travel ban affecting Muslim-majority nations (with a recently issued revised version that doesn't exactly put people at ease) to the early steps taken to diminish reproductive rights and federal protections for transgender students, it almost beggars belief that each of these things has only happened since Inauguration Day.
The second you get off the phone with your senator's office about investigating Jeff Sessions, you see a news alert about Trump's plans to attack Environmental Protection Agency regulations. With so many significant stories breaking every day, it can be hard to stay on top of every issue that affects you or the people you care about.
As the Women's March on Washington (and the many sister marches elsewhere) made clear, protecting women's rights is a priority for millions of Americans, even after the election. That's why I've compiled a list of some of the biggest issues that affect American feminism today. It likely can't be exhaustive, but these are at least some of the biggest stories you'll want to keep following in the weeks and months to come.