Phyllis Schalfly’s niece and anti-War on Men campaigner Suzanne Venker has been getting plenty of attention lately, most recently for telling a female Fox News host that she should quit her job and get married.
Yesterday, she went on the Steve Malzberg Show to defend herself against criticism of her take on “quote-unquote ‘progress.’”
“If you’re running off the deep end and forgetting to get married and have kids, that’s not really progress,” she told Malzberg. “That’s just shifting one sort of problem for another.”
Malzberg wholeheartedly agreed with her, lamenting that men have been “tossed away and feminized by society” as demonstrated in “Everyone Loves Raymond.”
“How are these men going to gain confidence that they should chase these women and pursue them in traditional fashion for traditional means, when there’s not a lot of indication that women want to be pursued that way anymore?” he asked.
“Nothing is going to happen unless women start to realize that perhaps they have pushed men away,” Venker responded.