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'Superman' Obama on MS Mag's Cover

February 2, 2009

President Barack Obama is on another magazine cover, but this one may be surprising to some: the cover of MS Magazine, which honors Obama with a special Inauguration issue.

The cover art shows Obama in a heroic superman pose wearing a T-shirt with the inscription: “THIS IS WHAT A FEMINIST LOOKS LIKE.”

Kathy Spillar, the Executive Editor of MS Magazine, defends the unusual MS cover -- showing a man -- by noting that Obama is a self-proclaimed feminist who supports a strong agenda supported by many feminists.

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The interview was conducted before Obama’s last week signing of the so-called Lilly Ledbetter Act , which strengthens the ability of women to sue over wage discrimination. is an independent news network that produces stories of global interest. 

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