Sabrina Schaeffer is chair of the Independent Women’s Forum’s Leadership Circle, on the board of Right Now, and former executive director of the Independent Women’s Forum. Sabrina has been a frequent commentator on feminism, women in public office, gender differences, women in the workplace, political behavior, daily politics, and political culture.
Her written commentary has appeared in Forbes, USA Today, the Huffington Post, the Hill, FoxNews.com, National Review Online, U.S. News & World Report, she routinely appearances on FNC, MSNBC, CNN, PBS, and radio stations around the country, and is a regular contributor to Fox News’ Forbes on Fox every Saturday and Sunday. Her book, co-authored with Carrie Lukas, is “Liberty is No War on Women: How Big Government and Victim-Politics Undermine America’s Progress.”
Sabrina received her M.A. in Politics from the University of Virginia, where she focused on media effects and political behavior. She also earned an M.A. in American History also at UVA.
Perhaps now that Republicans have hit rock bottom with female voters, they’ll begin to take the issue of electing more women more seriously.
Hillary Clinton’s comments suggest so much that is wrong with today’s feminist movement: it’s both anti-male and anti-woman at the same time.
If we’re concerned with girls’ confidence, perhaps we ought to spend more time encouraging truly gratifying activities rather than whining about their emoji selections.
Yes, we need to talk about what boys and men do wrong. But we also need to talk about what they do right.
Call it chivalry or just plain manners, but men and women previously had a better framework for acceptable behavior, on and off the streets.
Monica Lewinsky understands something about feminism and gender equality that many women still do not: she believes in choices.
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