The Federalist’s lady writers somehow decided that I should write an advice column. I don’t feel especially wise, but they had questions and I had opinions, so here’s the inaugural column.
Anger and confusion about one’s body and sex is a totally normal part of adolescence that most people used to outgrow.
Millions of pro-life women stay invisible, ignored by celebrities, women’s magazines, politicians, and the left. This has to change.
From college campuses to our nation’s boardrooms, women try to pursue sex the way men often do: no commitment necessary. And they’re getting burned.
‘When a women is pregnant, that is not a human being inside of her. It is part of her body. This is about a women having full agency and control of her body.’
Creating a sex-neutral society would erase the benefits women receive while majorly expanding government power. All to appease the faux-feminist left.
If ‘sex’ in federal law is replaced with ‘gender identity,’ the government will be unable to ensure equal opportunities for women.
The white, blonde senator from New York is consistently polling below 1 percent among all Democratic presidential candidates.
Equal Pay Day makes victims of American women: the freest, most prosperous women in the world.
Should ERA win passage, the result would be a dramatically empowered federal government on issues it decides impact women. That’s a threat to women, not a protection.
In discussing ‘how to contribute to the advancement of women around the world in ways that honor their integral human development,’ a recent United Nations panel focused on women’s traditional roles.
Senator Ernst joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss her recent policy proposals, and the 2020 Democrats swinging through her state of Iowa.
In the book ‘She’s Conservative: Stories of Trials and Triumphs on America’s College Campuses,’ young conservative women offer in their own words lessons for how to survive—and thrive—at college and beyond.
If the word for ‘mother’ falls out of fashion or is pushed out of language entirely, will our thoughts still be able to form the idea of mother without the word?
Considering the obstacles they had to overcome, it was relatively quickly that African-American women, rising out of the evil chains of slavery, attained distinction as brilliant and notable scholars.
When motherhood isn’t celebrated and honored, but looked at as an inconvenience, women are wrongly pressured to deny integral parts of their being.
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