The United States (Chelsea Schilling-World Net Daily) – Ladies, listen up: If you’re busy finding sexual “empowerment,” relentlessly climbing the ranks in a fast-paced career and aggressively asserting your independence, you’ll likely have trouble finding a good man.
It’s a common complaint among American women: “What happened to all the good guys?”
Despite your beauty and brilliance, it could be your attitude that’s preventing you from finding a husband and keeping him.
At least that’s the message from Suzanne Venker in her hot new release, “How to Choose a Husband and Make Peace With Marriage.”
Venker, a former teacher-turned-social critic and author of “The Flipside of Feminism,” found herself divorced at age 27. That failed marriage forced her to re-examine her attitude and approach to relationships. She’s now happily living in the Midwest with her second husband of 15 years and two children.
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Venker faults the sexual revolution and feminist movement of the last 40 years for convincing women to not demand more of their relationships.
“Women lowered their standards,” she told WND. “They did this by changing the way they approach sex. That’s the No. 1 biggest issue. They’ve lost any sort of reasonable modesty or holding high standards and having a lot of self-respect in terms of the way they carry themselves and dress and how quickly they have sex.”