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“When I look back on my life, I wish someone had told me the things that are in Suzanne Venker’s books.”— Karie 

“Your insight is overshadowed only by your writing.”— Stephanie

“This book should be given out for free.” — Ed


“I’ve read The War on Men and Flipside, and they should be read by everyone who has ever read a newspaper, magazine or watched a movie or TV in the last fifty years.
” — Peter Grace

“I guess my biggest surprise was that I was reading words put on paper, by a woman…things I had felt and experienced, as a man.” — C. Murphy

“You’re fighting for family and I’m on your side! You battle with wit, intelligence and most of all grace. Keep doing what you’re doing Suzanne. You have my admiration and unwavering support!” — Sean


“Venker is the most profoundly insightful writer about these sociological issues on the scene today.”— dbissett2

“My friend and I thought we were total feminists until a little over a year ago when I read The Flipside of Feminism. It was SO eye-opening.”— Carolyn

“Suzanne Venker never fails  to present a level-headed discourse on feminism and its somewhat haphazard results.” — Frederic

“You are very good at making yourself vulnerable in your writing, and it makes the writing very worthwhile.”— Betsy

“Thank you for being the light in the darkness on the issue of dignity.”— Jeff

“When Suzanne Venker speaks, people listen.” — shmiggen

“Suzanne nailed it.”— Jeanette

“I am constantly attempting to share what I learn from you to others.”— Fred

“Suzanne is one of the boldest, most intelligent women I have read and her mission is one of truth and justice.” — a reader

“Where were you when we needed you in the 70s and 80s?” — Sasha

“Thank you, Suzanne. You’re like an oasis in the PC desert!” — Russell

“I was fist-pumping while reading your article out loud to my husband! I can’t wait to read more of your articles and pass them on to others.” — Diana

“This book has been both liberating and painful to read.” — beautifullyhuman

“Suzanne Venker is spot on.” — thatdogguy

“OMG! I just bought your book, finally sat down to read it and couldn’t put it down. It’s exactly what I was thinking, plus answered questions I had. Everything in here needs to be said, and it’s written very real and honest—not a bunch of hooey rhetoric because it “sounds” good that the media moguls spew out on a daily basis.” — Anne

“Thank you, Thank you, Ms. Venker, for saying what every man in America has experienced but none can ever mention and get away with. Thank you for boldly being an effective voice for reason and sanity.” — thosb

“I think Suzanne Venker is a kindred spirit.” — M. Perry

“Hi. I’m a 23 year old wife and mother. I just wanted to tell you I stumbled across your page and your website and bought all your books. I want to say thank you for your wisdom that has turned my life around and possibly saved my marriage. Keep up the good work.” — Heather

“Suzanne is the validation women my age, and hopefully our daughters, need to live in a society that pits women against men and each other when primaly, we want to care for and build our homes, families, communities, and more.” — Rebecka

“Suzanne Venker is AMAZING and hits the nail on the head every time.” — Bob

“She has things to say that make a ton of sense.” — Alexandra

“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

“Her formula is working well for our family. Happy, well fed, sexually satisfied adults. Happy, well cared for, well fed children who know that Mommy and Daddy are in love.” — Sandra

“Thank you for sharing your great talents, and your obviously passionate belief that women can be as big a success being a mom as they can occupying a top management job.” — Sharon

“I think the women who would be the first to discount Venker’s advice because she is antifeminist, anti-liberal, etc., are the ones who would benefit the most from it.” — a reader

“Suzanne Venker addresses every issue that brought on head-scratching sessions over the years and finally cut me loose from my internal struggle. She covers issues like dating, the financial reality of home production, the value of children, the natural “wiring” of a woman, and the way we think of men and marriage dynamics. Wow! She got it all in one easy-to-read book. Amazing. Thank you, Suzanne, for writing this book. What a breath of relieving fresh air! What a gift you’ve given me!” — M. Stapleton

“I’ve read quite a lot from both sides of the gender wars. This book made my list of MUST READ books for anyone interested in gender relations. It provides common sense insights into feminist thought and the way it affects women. To prove to yourself how well it succeeds in exposing the feminist rhetoric for the failed ideology it is, just take a look at the venomous hostility in reviews written by feminists. If there’s anything a feminist hates worse than men, it’s truth.” — Paul

“Suzanne Venker puts forth in gutsy words what I’ve always known to be true in my heart. I’m thankful for her willingness to be an encouragement in this realm of society where so many others choose vindictiveness and debilitating pride.” — Ashley

“As an old-fashioned romantic and traditional kind of male, I had just about given up on the idea of marriage! To find a (real) and wonderfully feminine and NON feminist woman to spend the rest of my life with seems impossible! Suzanne Venker gets it and gives my old broken and longing heart hope that my love is out there!” — Christopher

“Reading this book made me feel honored for my choices. It also helped me clear away some of the junk I still falsely believed. Thank you!” — Steph

“This book might make some people uncomfortable, but it rings true, and its logical conclusions cannot be ignored or explained away.” — Nurse Rose

“My gut feeling to hearing you talk about your book was defensiveness and fear, but once I started listening, I found it empowering.” — Julia M

“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’m a left-wing woman in many ways and always have been, but so much of what you’re saying makes sense to me.” — a reader

“Oh my goodness…at last, at last!” — a reader

“This book is an absolutely wonderful read for all women. Keep up the good work!” — Lee

“Your words are providing me with such comfort.” — Catherine

“I have never felt so moved about a topic.” — Shawna

“Wow. Tough-minded, clear, and brave.” — a reader

“May your tribe increase!” — a reader

“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

“I am such a fan.” — Peggy

“You are a brave woman whose ideas resonate strongly with me. It takes enormous courage to say much of what you say, so thank you for your daring and incisiveness.” — Michael from Sydney, Australia

“Your book was captivating and immensely readable.” — batyahgirl

“This book is incredibly freeing.” — Shannon

“Venker’s positive, easy-to-read message of self-improvement is a refreshing antidote to the poison that feminism has injected into relations between the sexes. A crucial strategy is to accept and celebrate – not fight – the average differences between men and women.” — Liza

“Thank you for speaking for those in the shadows.” — David

“Society has gone too far the other way these days. Now you must be a working mum to be accepted. Men feel like they can’t hold a door open for a woman. What price did feminist success come at? It certainly didn’t lead to equal rights.” — Felicity

“Your writing is a badly needed glimmer of hope. I applaud you and sure hope for your continued success.” — A. Bennett

“Thank you for writing your book and being a different school of thought on what life should be. Some of my values were already in line with your book, but many were not and I realized how this has impacted my pursuit of a relationship. Honestly, I am tired of always being in charge,. I have nothing to prove, and I am ready to find a guy who likes picking a restaurant and doesn’t mind paying for dinner. I don’t want to be in charge and make every decision at home as well as work.” — Meghan

“THANK YOU!!!!! Keep up the good work.” — April

“Refreshing to hear honest no PC truth.” — Del

“You are a breath of fresh air for a dying world. The world needs to hear from you.” — Darryl

“I would have been well served to have this book to read when I was younger. It is everything I want my daughter to know!!!” — Ruth

“You are a breath of fresh air.” — Rick

“Suzanne-hurray! Thank you for speaking the truth to our culture.” — Erin

“There is so much sense it this book. It is time to return to the basics.” — L.D. Penrose, New Zealand

“If you are at a turning point where you are starting to reflect and reconcile then maybe there is something in here for you.” — Natalie

“This is an exceptionally wise book.” — Tom

“By following the 12-step plan Venker lays out in her book, you may find a happier marriage waiting for you.” — Jill

“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

“Bravo to Ms. Venker! This book is power-packed with much information, but it’s easy and quick to read. I have highlighted many references for later review and personal information, but, this book in itself will be a reference on my shelf.” — Evette

“I loved your book. You confirmed for me some things that I already knew, but even better, you gave me some new that I’d either not heard before or not thought about.” — Terrell

“You have a secret covert operative for common sense in the left-wing/liberal field. :)” — Julia

“If women would just trust their feelings, they’d know in their hearts you are correct in your assessments.” — Cary

Where is Suzanne Now?
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See what people are saying. . .


“With the logical precision of a good trial lawyer, Venker takes on [the myths about staying home] and shows convincingly the fallacy behind each one of them." — a reader 

“Ms. Venker writes so articulately about the thoughts I've had as a mother but didn't know how to express. She helps us realize there are always repercussions for our choices. We can 'have it all,' but maybe not at the same time. Thank you, Suzanne, for saying what we all need to hear!”
— a reader 

“Thank you, Ms. Venker, for making me feel that what I am doing by staying home is the best thing for my children!”
— a reader  

“The author has decided to cut through the culture's politically correct rhetoric and simply tell it like it is: children want their moms around. Her basic premise is that motherhood has become all about the mother's needs and not about the children's needs.”
— a reader 
Embrace truth, not trends.
~ Suzanne Venker