Description: Contraception and abortion have become synonymous with modern feminism and are the basis for Conservatives’ so-called “War on Women.” However, they were not part of the original 1960s women’s movement, which fought for equal opportunities for women in education and in the workplace. How did these noble goals become tied to the sexual revolution, which reduced women to ambitious sex objects? Sue Ellen Browder gives us an insider’s look at the hijacking of the women’s movement.
Sue Ellen Browder
Sue Ellen Browder is a freelance writer who has appeared on Oprah, the Today Show and hundreds of other radio talk shows. Her work for Cosmopolitan, New Woman, Woman’s Day and other magazines has given her a lifetime of experience with the women’s movement as it unfolded in the media. She is the author of Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement and co-author of 101 Secrets a Good Dad Knows.