Sue Ellen Browder, author of “Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement,” was a writer for Cosmopolitan magazine during the sexual revolution.

 

It was not until years later that she realized how the sexual revolution had strategically targeted the women’s movement to alter its message from female empowerment and opportunity to sexual freedom without morality.

 

Browder joins “Problematic Women” to tell her story in her own words. Also, be sure to check out The Daily Signal’s recently released documentary telling the inside story of Browder’s work at Cosmo.

 

Plus, interior designer Robin Stroebel joins the show to discuss how occupational-licensing reform would provide job opportunities for more women and cut red tape for small-business owners. And, as always, we will be crowning our Problematic Woman of the Week.

 

Enjoy the show!

 

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  1. Patrick McClure Coolidge

    We’re ALL born without the right to vote.

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    • May 28, 2020, at 11:40 AM PDT
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  2. Hank Rhody, Badgeless Bandito Contributor

    The second interview really demonstrates the problems inherent in Occupational Licensing reform. “We’d like to expand the right to make these changes from a select guild of initiates to a slightly larger select guild of initiates.”

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    • May 28, 2020, at 7:12 PM PDT
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