“Our conversation with Suzanne Venker generated an avalanche of comments on our website, more than we’ve ever had on a single topic on this program.”— Anthony Brooks, NPR’s Radio Boston

A motivational speaker, author, blogger and regular guest on Fox News and countless radio shows, Suzanne Venker tackles a range of social issues surrounding marriage, childcare and the gender wars. Her three books and one eBook are, in order of publication, 7 Myths of Working Mothers, The Flipside of FeminismHow to Choose a Husband and The War on Men.

Known primarily as a feminist contrarian, Suzanne debunks popular myths about so-called gender equality and encourages women to think for themselves when it comes to sex, work, men, marriage and motherhood.

Suzanne’s work has been published in the New York Post, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, The Daily Caller,, National Review Online, The Blaze and Politix. In May 2013, she was interviewed by Rush Limbaugh and was featured in The Limbaugh Letter.

Suzanne’s TV credits include STOSSELThe View, NPR, Fox & Friends,, CNN, and Canadian and Australian television. She has appeared on hundreds of radio shows throughout the country and can be heard every Thursday afternoon on The John Gibson Radio Show.

More recently, Suzanne founded Women for Men, a news and opinion website that supports the needs and rights of boys and men. 

Suzanne graduated from Boston University in 1990 and in her former life was a middle school English teacher. She and her husband live in St. Louis, MO, with their teenage daughter and rambunctious 11-year old son. 

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Source: The Austin Institute

See what people are saying. . .

“Thank you, Suzanne, for having the courage and conviction to be ‘politically incorrect’ in speaking the truth about women, dating and family. You speak for millions of women who don’t have the same courage to stand by what seems like common sense in creating and maintaining a productive society and future generations’ success and prosperity.”
— Michelle

“It is so completely wonderful to hear voices like yours, expressing a truth so many of us know but will never see represented in the mainstream media. Thank you so much for your work, Suzanne.”
— Andrea

“I like what Suzanne Venker has to say. I think women need to really listen to what she’s saying, really listen, and don’t jump to conclusions. She’s not sending us back in time, but forward with a fresh look at who we really are as women.”
— Pamela

“I almost ruined my relationship with my husband when we were dating because of my anti-man attitude. I have now completely converted. Know that you are making a difference!”
— Heather