Amy Otto
Amy Otto
Amy Otto
Amy Otto is a senior contributor at The Federalist. Amy’s work has also been published at Townhall, Pocket Full of Liberty, and the UK site The Conservative Woman. She has co-hosted The Wrap and Splintered Caucus, weekly podcasts that covered culture and politics. Follow her on Twitter, @AmyOtto8.
Yes, Men Really Did Greater Things When Boobs Were Harder To See

Ancient art elevates a woman’s body as something worth years of effort to pursue, while pornified bodies commodify human beings as pixels to callously flip through and discard.

Even Her Supporters Know Hillary Clinton Is The Terminator

Every pitch made for Hillary ends up being oddly reminiscent of the Terminator: ‘It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not stop, ever, until you are dead.’

The Media Keeps Airbrushing Democrats Like Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s departure from the DNC is as superficial as a photo shoot. She’s moving on to work for Hillary Clinton, which is pretty much what she was doing already.

Men Did Greater Things When It Was Harder To See Boobs

To make America great again we may need to make seeing boobs rare again.

Left-Wing Feminists Need To Do Better Than Donald Trump Knickers

The Telegraph has reported a surge in popularity of period panties that feature Donald Trump’s face right snug up against a popular lady feature.

Why Drafting Women Would Be A Big Mistake

Republican candidates who want women to register for the military draft need to get a head check.

Olivia Pope’s Abortion On ‘Scandal’ Wasn’t Brave

Anyone can recite the abortion industry’s talking points, as Shonda Rhimes did with the winter finale of ‘Scandal.’ She should try more complex and compelling themes.

Ladies: Take Jeremy Renner’s Equal Pay Advice

Jeremy Renner is the one treating Jennifer Lawrence equally by expecting her to not need his help to negotiate great movie deals.

We All Know What Unions Don’t: They’re History

President Obama’s Worker’s Voice Summit focused on archaic employment ideas instead of the innovations that are creating and improving jobs.

Republican Field Coalesces In Second Debate

In Wednesday’s debate, the candidates began both uniting around tax and immigration policies and opening fissures between them that will influence the final primary vote.

6 Hits And Misses From This Year’s Miss America Pageant

Why do contestants need to answer political questions for a beauty pageant? Miss America doesn’t know, either.

Whistleblower Raises More Questions About Planned Parenthood

A former StemExpress tech who dissected dead babies for sale opens up further about what happened in Planned Parenthood’s abortion clinics.

How Pro-Choice Women Undermine Feminism

By surrendering on one of the most powerful acts that women corner the market on, pro-choice women diminish the capacity and achievements of women.

Where’s The Proof Baby Tissue Trafficking Saves Lives?

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards should stop touting the ‘potential for saving lives’ from fetal tissue research as an excuse for ending lives in her clinics.

Why Cecil The Lion Is The Perfect ‘News’ Story

Cecil the lion’s death requires no resolution or thought, just outrage. No wonder the news media are breathlessly covering it.

Don’t Let Planned Parenthood Use ‘Medical Research’ To Whitewash Its Baby Body Parts Atrocities

Medical researchers can get human tissue without buying it from people who harvest human organs from live babies.

To The Federal Government, Love Taxpayers

If Taylor Swift can get Apple to back down from exploitative behavior, maybe taxpayers can do the same to the federal government. One can hope, right?

Five Ways To Avoid Being A Hot Mess This Summer

School’s out, and everyone is outside. Change up your beauty routine to slide right into summer.

How The New York Times’ Cultural Imperialism Influenced Its Marco Rubio Hits

For a publication with ‘time’ in its name, The New York Times is remarkably insensitive about how different cultures perceive, use, and value time.

Bruce Jenner: Selfie Culture Hero

If what really matters is what’s on the inside, why the obsession with the outside of Bruce Jenner and everyone else?