I’m sure many of you remember Suzanne Venker, the anti-feminist author (and Phyllis Schlafly’s niece) who claims that women have screwed up the institution of marriage by not being sufficiently submissive to their husbands. You might want to turn off your irony meters before reading this:
Is there a “War on Men” in America?
Suzanne Venker, the author of the recently released “How to Choose a Husband,” believes the answer is an unequivocal “yes,” and the biggest voice in radio is 100 percent in her camp.
In the soon-to-be-released May issue of “The Limbaugh Letter,” radio icon Rush Limbaugh engages in an in-depth interview with Venker on the complexities of modern-day relationships, feminism vs. the traditional nuclear family, the breakdown of marriage and what she dubs the “War on Men.”
Yes, the author of “How to Choose a Husband” having a conversation with Rush Limbaugh, who has been a husband four times, about the breakdown of marriage. Seriously, they’re just making it too easy for me at this point. There’s no degree of difficulty at all anymore.
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