Mainly I just feels bad for Ms., because I’m sure this cover is a sign that something is up …(I interned there in Summer 1989, just as they re-launched with Robin Morgan as editor as an ad-free magazine with a re-focused emphasis on (duh!) feminism.) I see this cover, and I worry about money problems, outside consultants, newsstand gurus who are tinkering with the magazine trying to draw in readers and keep (or expand) subscriptions…And who knows, Jane might not have been willing to sit for a cover shot and all they had to choose from was this picture, or maybe…well, wno knows?… All I can say is this cover looks like major deja vu from Ms. in the 1980s, where (again deja vu) it got majorly criticized for trying to go too mainstream. No matter, I remain glad that Ms. is still around, regardless of who is on the cover. I know their heart is in the right place, and I see things such as a this as a plea for (financial) help.