At the time, a record number of 108 women served in the 114th Congress (2015-2016). An increasing number of women serving in Congress presents women with an opportunity to influence public policy and represent women’s issues. To conduct a comparison of the legislative activity of women legislating for women’s issues versus non-women’s issues, I examined various stages in the legislative process. These stages include bill sponsorship and cosponsorship, committee membership, the distribution of bills to committees, the progression of bills to a roll call vote, and bill passage. I studied a sample of bills from both chambers of the 114th Congress. Through the evaluation of existing literature pertaining to women legislators, their legislative activity, and their representation of women’s issues, I adapted my own definition of women’s issues. Within the overarching category of women’s issue bills, I established three types of women’s issues including positive, negative and general women’s issue bills. I will present the ways in which women legislate for both women’s issues and non-women’s issues through the consideration of other factors such as party identification, majority/minority party status, and the overall membership profile of the 114th Congress.