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You gals are out there preaching it and I love you and I thank you . . . I get goosebumps listening to you on the radio.

(Sarah Palin)

The real war on women is the left telling them what to think, what to wear, and what to do. What Women Really Want is a passionate plea against feminism written by three courageous and determined ladies who are on the front lines fighting for freedom, faith, and family.

(Glenn Beck, #1 bestselling author and founder of TheBlaze.com)

This is a must-read for anyone who loves freedom, and wants to pass on that legacy of freedom to their children.

(Sean Hannity)

There are a lot of fun things that can be said about a title like this, but I think these authors are really onto something here. This is what we all should want―especially the mothers of the best generation. It is going to impact jobs, family, and the future of our children.

(Fred Thompson)

About the Author

Morgan Brittany has been a film, television and stage actress for over fifty years. In the 1980s she was one of the lead characters, Katherine Wentworth, in the hit television series Dallas. She appeared in the films and numerous television shows, including The Andy Griffith Show, The Twilight Zone, and Gunsmoke. She has been married for thirty-two years to stunt director Jack Gill and has two children. She and her husband live in both Los Angeles and Atlanta.

Dr. Gina Loudon has two master's degrees and a Ph.D. in psychological fields. She is the coauthor of Ladies and Gentlemen: Why the Survival of our Republic Depends on the Revival of Honor and is the host of Smart Life with Dr. Gina on Money Business Life Network. She is a frequent commentator on Fox News and Fox Business channels. Dr. Gina lives in San Diego with her husband and five children.

Ann-Marie Murrell was named one of America's hottest conservative women in new media by Right Wing News. She is the lead anchor and national director and editor-in-chief of PolitiChicks.tv. She is also a regular political commentator on Front Page Magazine's online TV show, The Glazov Gang. She has been featured on race relations on The Dr. Phil Show, and her work has been carried by dozens of news outlets across America. Ann-Marie lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Mark.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 256 pages
  • Publisher: WND Books (September 2, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1938067142
  • ISBN-13: 978-1938067143
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 1 x 9.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #401,230 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Women can no longer "pretend it away." You can't pretend away 92 million Americans unemployed, 47 million on food stamps or the entry of repeat offenders, drug cartels and security threats along the porous U.S.-Mexican border.
Sometimes it takes a 9/11 or the non-response to the kidnapping of 300 Nigerian girls to jar the confrontationally averse into action - if only to say "that is NOT okay."
Ann-Marie Murrell, Morgan Brittany and Dr. Gina Loudon stopped pretending. In What Woman Really Want, they urge readers to do the same.
Because women don't want to come across judgmental, shrill or unhinged, many are reluctant to voice opinions because it has been drilled into them that it is impolite to discuss politics in polite society.
If more women came out and said "that is NOT okay," a transformation of cultural import would take place not seen since women garnered the right to vote.
It is time to say, "that is NOT okay" for data mining consultants and former hedge fund analysts (who've never taught a class in their lives) to write the curriculum for our nation's schools. It is NOT okay for veterans to wait for medical treatment to meet cost containment bonuses. It is NOT okay to label acts of terrorism "workplace violence" or "JV."
What Women Really Want has awakened what has laid dormant under years of spoon-fed relativism: Consciousness.
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I have never written a review for anything before, but this book deserves it. This book was on my doorstep when I arrived home from work yesterday evening and after being in my possession for less than 24 hours I am already finished. I could not put it down. Everything I have been thinking, these women said it without sacrificing tact, graciousness or femininity and sparing no intellect. I am a 26 year old woman and I am genuinely worried about the direction of this country and even more so by the alarming number of Americans who seem to be okay with it. As a young woman I am a target for the feminist-loving mainstream media and as someone who has always stood for everything that they oppose, I have made myself into an outsider. This book addresses just that and let me know that I am not alone. The authors address the lies of the liberal elite and expose the corruption that permeates the mainstream media who cover them up--or in some cases justify them. Most important, however is the message that being a successful woman and being a woman of God are not mutually exclusive. You can empower yourself and other women without emasculating men and by doing what God intended you to do--be a woman--and no, not in the "barefoot and pregnant" sort of way. There's so much more to what this book has to offer, but I will let you read it. I think everyone should read this book especially my fellow late '80's babies who have emerged as an adult into a world so different from what we thought--where political correctness is everything and true American values seem to be a distant memory. This book brings those values back to the surface and it is up to us now to keep them there. Thank you ladies for writing this extraordinary book.
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Being a single man, growing up in the 70’s and 80’s in a mostly female household with feminist tendencies, I have accomplished many things except one – understanding what women really want.

One gets permanently contradicting statements and signals. Claiming that they want a real masculine man on one hand demanding independency from man on the other, being over sexualized on TV and movie with no-holds-back whatsoever and at the same time wanting to be recognized for their brains. It is not easy for a man these days to understand women and the usual “ideological” motivated guidebooks are not worth a dime.

This book is different, as it comes from women who themselves uphold the principals of traditional values of family first, homeschool like Dr. Loudon, having supported their husbands careers and still are outspoken, intelligent, and stand with both feet full in life and successful themselves.

It reads easy, and once you start reading it you don’t want to lay it away (I read it on an 11 hour flight at once). This book gives you an insight of the true mindset of women without making you feel emasculated.

What makes this book special is that it is not written by ivory-tower intellectuals or radical politically motivated authors – NO it is written by women who hold both sides in their hearts, the traditional values of family and making a career on their own.

With every word you read you experience the compassion and honesty and the deep insight those women can give. This book does not need “tips” and “tricks”, simple by reading what these women tell you, you might finally get an insight in a woman’s mindset.
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I really enjoyed the beginning of this book. The historical parts -- especially Morgan Brittany telling the evolution of Hollywood -- were very informative and reminded me of things I had forgotten. I felt it bogged down rather a lot when it got into pure political activism, but I did get quite a bit out of it.
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