The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex, and Feminism
Recorded on May 4, 2006
Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
Since the Feminist Revolution, women have climbed the corporate
ladders, sent their kids to daycare, and struggled to balance work,
family, and the redefinition of gender roles. Many unexpectedly
learned the hard way that "having it all" comes at a steep cost -
something their feminist mothers never told them.
In The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to Women, Sex, and
Feminism, Carrie Lukas - a thirty-something new mother herself
- clears the air, bust the myths, and provides the best (but
usually suppressed) research on the most important issues young
women face, so that women can make better decisions about their
families, careers, and futures.
CARRIE L. LUKAS is Vice President for Policy for the
Independent Women's Forum (IWF). She is also a contributor to
National Review Online and a Senior Fellow at the Goldwater
Institute. Prior to joining IWF, Lukas worked as the Senior
Domestic Policy Analysts for the House republican Policy Committee
and later as professional staff for the House Select Committee on
Homeland Security. Previously, she was a Social Security Policy
Analyst at the Cato Institute. She holds a bachelor of arts degree
from Princeton University and a master's degree in public policy
from Harvard University.