It's been forty years since the sexual revolution, and the women of America have everything they want. Everything, that is, except a husband. Women may be schooled in the art of sex, but they have failed in the art of love. That isn't surprising. The modern generation is living in a culture that isn't the least bit interested in helping them get hitched. For decades women have been taught to sleep around indiscriminately, to pursue an education and career at all costs, and to never depend on a man. As a result, women delay marriage indefinitely or ignore it altogether - as though marriage has no bearing on their happiness. As though it were a nice idea, or nice accompaniment, to an otherwise satisfying life. This is an unprecedented worldview. Until recently, women have always mapped out their lives according to what they considered their most important role: wife and mother. Today, women plan their entire futures around big careers. Husband and children come last. In How to Choose a Husband, social critic and bestselling author Suzanne Venker says American women need a detox. If they want to be happy, or just plain satisfied, they must do a 180 when it comes to their attitude toward sex, courtship, and married life. If they do, marriageable men will reappear - and women will find the love that eludes them.
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About the Author
Suzanne Venker, aka "No Bull Mom," is an author, blogger, and former middle school teacher. In addition to blogging for Right Pundits, Suzanne is a featured writer at David Horowitz's News Real, where she writes about the left's effect on American society. Suzanne Venker's first book, "7 Myths of Working Mothers", was published in 2008 and in 2011, she co-wrote "The Flipside of Feminism: What Conservative Women Know -- and Men Can't Say" with Phyllis Schlafly.