The ideology of feminism has poisoned the media, most college courses, the judiciary, the bureaucracy, and even daily conversation. Feminism starts with the premise that women are victims of an unjust patriarchy and need government to help them. This is especially hurtful to young women because feminism teaches them to plan an independent life in the workforce, without any space for husband and babies. I've been wanting to write a book about feminism for years, but there were always so many other urgent battles to fight. This problem was solved this year by a collaboration with my niece, Suzanne Venker, who has a wonderful husband and two darling children, and is an author in her spare time. Suzanne writes about feminism from the viewpoint of the younger generation, which is so important! Our book, called The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know and Men Can't Say, shows young women a roadmap to a happier life than the life of victimhood and resentment offered by the tired old feminists whining about how the men have put up barriers to their success.
Newsweek Magazine is now helping Hillary Clinton to launch her new career: "to put women and girls at the forefront of the New World Order." Hillary is traveling the world to try to get other countries to treat their women better. She's been to 79 countries including the Muslim countries, where women are truly oppressed. That is a perfect job to occupy Hillary Clinton's energies! If she can stop Muslim countries from oppressing women by "honor killings" (which means being murdered by your father if you date a Christian), stoning to death if you are raped, polygamy, and arranged child marriages, that will be an achievement! Maybe her new career will make some feminists realize what conservative women already know -- that American women are the most fortunate class of people who ever lived, and that feminist whines and complaints about men are just a recipe for unhappiness.
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