While the overwhelming majority of the American public recognizes and values basic equality between the sexes, only a minority of both women and men call themselves “feminists.” Too often, the concerns of modern feminism seem to track more closely with a laundry list of priorities of the progressive left than they do with the concerns of the majority of women, who – according to social science research – tend to value flexibility, interpersonal relationships, and family. Those who claim to speak “for women” all too often find themselves in conflict with the actual expressed priorities of women across the country.

Single woke females don’t need to be the future of our country

Karin Lips | Op-Ed

Standing Up for Women in 2023

Carrie Lukas | Blog

Peachy Keenan – On How Gen X Will Save Us and How to Wrench Your Life Out of Default Mode

Inez Feltscher Stepman & Peachy Keenan | High Noon Podcast

Helen Roy – On the End of the Girlboss and How to Revive Womanly Archetypes

Inez Feltscher Stepman & Helen Roy | High Noon Podcast

The Publishing Industry Goes After Justice Barrett

Erin Hawley | Blog

Should You or Should You Not Be a Feminist?

Patricia Patnode | Blog

Meghan McCain on Motherhood, Leaving ‘The View,’ and Cancel Culture

Beverly Hallberg & Meghan McCain | She Thinks Podcast

Dear Women’s March: You Can’t Defend Women’s Rights If You Can’t Define ‘Women’

Press Team | Press Release

Louise Perry – On the Consequences of the Sexual Revolution and Reverting to Pre-Christian Norms

Inez Feltscher Stepman & Louise Perry | High Noon Podcast

The real reason the all-women workspace failed

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed

Valuing Women to Reduce Unwanted Pregnancies

May Mailman | Op-Ed

Merriam-Webster Changes Definition of ‘Female’

Margaret Peppiatt | Blog

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