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Suzanne Venker

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Suzanne Venker
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Born 1968[1]
Occupation author
URL suzannevenker.com

Suzanne Venker has written extensively about politics, parenting, and the influence of feminism on American society for more than a decade. She is the author of three books. She is a regular guest on The John Gibson Radio Show and a frequent contributor to Fox News.

Suzanne's work has been published in the New York Post, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Parents.com, Human Events, and others. She has appeared on The View, Fox & Friends, FOX, ABCNews.com, CNN, C-Span, and Canadian and Australian news outlets - as well as hundreds of radio shows throughout the country.

This Midwest-born, East Coast-educated writer is no stranger to controversy. Her first book, 7 Myths of Working Mothers, argues that young children and demanding careers are incompatible; The Flipside of Feminism is an explosive account of the damage left in the wake of the feminist movement; and her eBook original, The War on Men, is a concise, authoritative look at the myth of gender equality.

Suzanne's most recent book, How to Choose a Husband (And Make Peace with Marriage), takes a hard look at the sexual revolution and encourages women to reject the cultural script they've been sold about love, sex, men and marriage and adopt a whole new attitude toward men and marriage.

Suzanne lives in St. Louis, MO, with her husband and their two children. She is also the niece of Phyllis Schlafly and has co-written books with her.

Books

Article

Interview

References

  1. About Suzanne Venker[ext]
  2. How to Choose a Husband[ext], howtochooseahusband.com
  3. Youtube-logo.png How to Choose a Husband - Suzanne Venker (December 3, 2012) (Size: 2:50 min.)

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