Carrie Gress
Carrie Gress

Carrie Gress is a Fellow at Ethics and Public Policy Center. A mother of five, she has a doctorate in philosophy from the Catholic University of America and is the author of several books, including “The Anti-Mary Exposed: Rescuing the Culture from Toxic Femininity,” and “Theology of Home.” She is the editor of the online women’s magazine

Meet The Flyover Women Pop Culture Ignores

The fly-over woman understands her womanhood and motherhood deep in her bones and doesn’t see maleness as a goal to achieve or person to conquer.

Why The Cultural Assault On Natural Womanhood Robs Women Of Fulfillment

The feminists’ march to androgyny appears to give women more options. In reality, they cut women off from the very things that lead to flourishing and happiness.

How Controlling Pop Culture Helps The Left Dominate Abortion Debates

Millions of pro-life women stay invisible, ignored by celebrities, women’s magazines, politicians, and the left. This has to change.

The Patriarchy Has Been Replaced By A Stifling Matriarchy

Instead of skirt lengths and eye-shadow hues, the matriarchy suggests harmful intellectual trends that we scarcely know are being dictated to us through every possible avenue

How Acting Like A Feminist Can Ruin Your Marriage

Women today are supposed to ‘be bold and assertive,’ but could all this girl-power actually undermine our best efforts at finding marital bliss?