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Aug 31, 2016 11:13am EST/NYC
"Rape would not exist" if women were strong enough.Kelly Anne Conway
Kelly Anne Conway also objects to women in combat. So, 🤔 women should be strong to fight off any rapist(s), whom Conway adores, but women are not strong enough to defend our country.
badgradestrump thinks having a woman as his campaign manager would attract more women. But, look at the woman he chose to represent him:
Sorry, Donald — A Woman Campaign Manager Doesn't Make You Any Less Misogynisthttps://www.huffingtonpost.com/terry-oneill/sorry-donald--a-woman-cam_b_11679330.html
To get a sense of Conway's perspective on gender and the "gender gap," take the speech she gave to the Conservative Women's Network in 2011, an event co-sponsored by the very conservative Clare Boothe Luce Foundation and Heritage Foundation. In the speech, Conway bemoans feminism as "gloom and doom," and argues that "femininity is replacing feminism as a leading attribute for American women." She then continues with some familiar talking points for conservative women, namely that hating men ("the revulsion towards men in your life") is "part and parcel of the feminist movement." She also shares some helpful fashion tips like, "If women want to be taken seriously in the workforce, looking feminine is a good place to start."
Kellyanne Conway has made a career out of lying to get far right-wing candidates get votes from women, despite the fact that they consistently promote anti-woman policies. Her roster of clients includes Todd Akin, the former U.S. Congressman and failed Senate candidate. As readers may recall, Akin justified criminalizing all abortions, including when the pregnancy results from rape, this way: "It seems to be, first of all, from what I understand from doctors, it is really rare. If it is a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut the whole thing down."