Come this fall, students at universities across the United States will be starting their new school year. They’ll attend classes with names like “The Evolution of American Women’s Studies,” “Women & Gender Studies,” or “Feminism and the Fate of the Planet.” In fact, most universities now offer multiple fields of study in feminism, gender, and women’s studies. They have more loony course options about sex and sexuality than math and science.
And in almost every case, those students will be lied to. About the victimization of women at the hands of Republicans. About the God-given differences between men and women. About the importance of the family.
In 1969 Cornell University offered the country’s first accredited “Women’s Studies” course. Now you can earn a Ph.D. in Women’s Studies at more then 16 institutions across the United States. It’s all part of an effort to promote “understanding,” “diversity,” and “tolerance.” And in the process, they’re being shielded from any point of view that dissents from the dogma of radical feminism.
This is where conservative women in America today have a higher calling to educate society. And most importantly, it’s where women of a younger generation have an especially crucial role in debunking this false history, in advancing the truth about the Left and how the real culprits in the War on Women are Democrats and liberals. Boldly stepping up to the plate is one of the Conservative movement’s most well known ladies, Katie Pavlich, and her new book Assault and Flattery.
Like Katie herself, the book title and the words within are sharp, factual, and hard-hitting but with a gloss of feminine polish. Assault and Flattery takes on how the conservative movement has been smeared and falsely accused of taking “sexist” stances on gun control and abortion. Assault and Flattery masterfully documents how the left has twisted the narrative to portray only one side of the story – the side of the story that demonizes members of the GOP.
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