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Hi, I’m Suzanne Venker — an author and social critic. I help women who put family first, or women who want to put family first, navigate a culture that undermines their happiness by selling false narratives about men, marriage and motherhood.

In 1960, women reported themselves happier, on average, than did men. Today this gender gap has reversed: male happiness has gone up, and female happiness has declined. This is true both in America and in the U.K.

But wait, wasn’t feminism supposed to liberate women and thus make them happier?

Yes. But it backfired. Rather than simply encourage women to expand their horizons, feminists groomed women to reject their femininity and to be resentful of men and marriage.

The result is a nation of bitter, overworked, divorced, and infertile women. 

If you want to be happy, you must change the paradigm you’ve been taught to embrace. A paradigm is the lens by which you view the world and the people in it. It’s the attitude you’ve been conditioned to carry with you, which in turn governs your choices and behavior. If the paradigm is flawed, your life will be flawed too.

Change the paradigm, and you change your life. Read Suzanne’s formal bio.

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SUZANNE’S BOOKS

THE WAR ON MEN

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An explosive treatise on the new sexual dynamic that pervades America: empowering women by dis-empowering men

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THE FLIPSIDE OF FEMINISM

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The truth about feminism no one else will tell you

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THE TWO-INCOME TRAP

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A powerful argument for sequencing one’s life to reap the rewards of motherhood (eBook)

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COMMENTARY

  • Have I told you about The Red Pill and its filmmaker?

    Do you a know man who is or was abused by his wife? How about a father who’s been kept from his children? Perhaps you know a young man who’s been unjustly accused of rape? These are just some of the issues addressed in The Red Pill, a new......

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  • How to Stay Married

    In a recent Time magazine cover story, entitled “How to Stay Married (and why),” author Belinda Luscombe asks what a modern marriage promises that historical unions didn’t. Answer: the possibility of more satisfaction than ever, and the likelihood of more disappointment than ever. What she meant is that we live......

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  • When you choose your husband, you choose your life.

    Do you want a husband who makes it home on time for dinner? Or do you want a husband who makes a crap ton of money? You can’t have both. I thought about this when my friend alerted me to this image this morning. Personally, I’ve always known......

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