“Suzanne Venker is terrific in every way. Thoughtful. Unpredictable. Willing to challenge ideas that needed to be challenged. And wise to remain silent when the mob began to descend. Suzanne can hold on her own when outnumbered far better than Bob Beckel ever could!”-Bill Mattox

Request Suzanne for an event!

Suzanne speaks at political events and to church groups (from a secular angle) about various issues related to marriage and the family. Suzanne’s primary argument is that our postfeminist culture replaces dependence on a husband to dependence on Uncle Sam and ignores the myriad of differences between the sexes. Neither moves America in the right direction or helps men and women find lasting love.

Sample topics include:

  1. What Feminism Really Is and Why Its Ideology Is Harmful
  2. The War on Men
  3. From Lasting Love to Hook-Ups: The Skinny on Sex in America
  4. Why Having Enough Is Having It All

Where is Suzanne Now?


Source: The Austin Institute

Source: Julie Borowski

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
Embrace truth, not trends.
~ Suzanne Venker