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NIH Study Shows Covid Shots Affect Women’s Periods After Media Insisted The Opposite For Months

As Covid-19 vaccines became more widely available in early 2021, thousands of women who had received one began reporting changes in their menstrual cycles. Some noticed their cycles were longer, with their period arriving one to a few days late. Some noticed unusual spotting and cramps. At the time, public health officials and media echo chambers were quick to brush…

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How The Miss America Pageant Got Woke And Went Broke

The 100th Miss America competition aired on the streaming platform Peacock Thursday night, and it was a disaster. The production quality was abysmal, there were numerous snafus, including teleprompters not working, hosts not being able to read their lines, no clear direction, sound feedback, and Miss Alabama’s sound not working. [embedded content] Plus the pageant partnered with TikTok, a company…

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Study Finds Single Americans Want To Get Married But Don’t Like Their Prospects

Countless young single Americans may, on the surface enjoy the perceived freedom that comes without a commitment to one person. If they have an active social life, they often say they enjoy having numerous relationships with varied individuals. But deep down, when you ask questions that go beyond the superficial, they express their ache for that special relationship with a…

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How Every Corporate Media Lie About Pro-Lifers Can Help A Mother In Need

Leftist corporate media appear to be on a quest: to describe what they portray as the disastrous effects of pro-life laws in places like Texas and Mississippi. But such a campaign provides the pro-life movement a monumental opportunity to support the highlighted organizations and women in need. CNN in October featured a piece on Texas women “forced to make rushed…

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As Leftists Cry ‘White Supremacy,’ Black Republican Woman Makes History

“What you’re looking at is the American dream.” Thus began the victory speech by newly elected Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears, peppered by cheers, applause, and a chorus of “Win-some, Win-some,” before a patient and packed house in Chantilly where the GOP held their election night headquarters. It was shortly before 1 a.m., by which time Republican Glenn Youngkin had…

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Telling Women They Don’t Need Men Is Hurting Their Children

While the judiciary battles over Texas’s heartbeat law and the U.S. Supreme Court near an opportunity to defend the unborn, one pro-abortion argument insists men should be required to take care of their children and the women they impregnate. To which conservatives reply: congratulations on discovering the family. As the late Michael Novak, recipient of the Templeton Prize and renowned…

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No, Women Don’t Need To Kill Their Own Children To Pursue A Career

The late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once said, “[W]hat greater defeat could we suffer than to come to resemble the forces we oppose in their disrespect for human dignity?” Well, in a friend-of-the-court brief recently filed in the upcoming Supreme Court abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a coalition of organizations of women lawyers announced, “Mississippi’s claim that women…

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ACLU Rewrites Ruth Bader Ginsburg Quote To Erase Women

The American Civil Liberties Union erased women this week when it tweeted an altered quote from the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, removing the words “women,” “her,” and “she” from the quotation.  The group replaced “women” with “person’s,” while removing “her” in favor of “their” and replacing “she” with “they.”  The ACLU fixed RBG’s quote because it referenced…

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Hormonal Birth Control Is Killing Women. Why Won’t The FDA Talk About It?

If you’ve watched TV in the last week, you’ve likely seen a commercial for a novel form of birth control called Phexxi. You could hardly miss it, starting as it does with “Welcome to my vagina,” and starring actress Annie Murphy from the wildly popular Emmy award-winning Canadian sitcom “Schitt’s Creek.” As the bubbly Murphy struts about in a cavernous…

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In Illinois, Tanning Salons Now Get More Oversight Than Abortion Facilities

As MSNBC’s Dean Obeidallah compares pro-life advocates’ treatment of women to that of the Taliban, Illinois is endangering women by permitting abortion facilities to operate virtually unchecked and with no regard for safety, thanks to the “Reproductive Health Act” (RHA) signed into law by Gov. J.B. Pritzker. Illinois wasn’t always a haven of abortion extremism. In 2017, former Gov. Bruce…

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Why Women Should Pursue Marriage Just As Intentionally As A Career

It’s a depressing time to be a young, marriage-minded woman in America. Not only is the dating scene a disaster, any woman whose life plan includes marriage and children gets little support or encouragement from a corporate feminist culture that mistrusts men and marriage. Women are deluged with messages about how great it is to be independent of men and…

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The Feminist Left Thinks The Best Thing It Can Do For Women Is Send Them To War

Romcom Mel Gibson isn’t the only one who doesn’t understand “What Women Want.” Neither do the old men (or any lawmakers) on the Senate Armed Services Committee who voted last week to extend the Selective Service to women. Though the provision to force women to register for the military draft was written by Democrat committee chairman Jack Reed, eight Republicans…

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Government Childcare Is Only A Solution If You Think Children Are A Problem

Never has it been more unpopular to marry and have children in America. Unmarried adults now outnumber married ones, and birth rates are lower than ever. Unsurprisingly, loneliness has become widespread. To respond to these issues, Democrat Rep. Rosa DeLauro advocates a policy that would cost billions of dollars and only worsen the situation: more government-funded childcare. As she sees…

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Report: Trump Picked Up More Hispanic And Women Voters In 2020 Election

New data from Pew Research Center’s American Trends Panel on voters in the 2020 election found that support for Trump among Hispanics increased 10 percent from the 2016 election. Trump also outperformed Republicans running in House elections in 2018. “Trump made gains among Hispanic voters. While Biden took a 59% majority of the Hispanic vote, Trump (with 38%) gained significantly…

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Radical Feminism Has A Long History Of Objectifying Women. ‘Birthing Persons’ Is Just The Latest Example

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra defended the Biden administration’s decision to get rid of the term “mother” in favor of the dehumanizing phrase “birthing person,” in a Senate committee hearing on Friday. Reducing women to their sexual and reproductive organs is disgustingly offensive, and women everywhere should be repulsed by such misogyny. But they shouldn’t be surprised it’s…

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America’s Fertility Crisis Is Rooted In Our Devaluing Of Motherhood

On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Rebeccah Heinrichs, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute and Federalist contributor, joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss her recent American Mind article “Baby Bust” and how America’s fertility crisis “signals a psychological cost for women.” “We really need to get back to honoring and valuing motherhood and telling young women…

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Aidy Bryant’s ‘Shrill’ Is Looking For Morality In All The Wrong Places

Aidy Bryant’s testament to the independent modern woman, “Shrill,” comes to a close with the third and final season now airing on Hulu. Bryant’s Annie Easton is Mary Tyler Moore in a plus-sized mini dress, taking on the world with a smile and a can-do attitude, balanced by a perpetual feeling that she’s being judged for being overweight. Like Mary,…

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