Stephanie Edelman joins Federalist Radio to discuss the retro-sexism phenomenon and why so many modern women seek inspiration from the vintage ideal of classic Americana. 

The writer tells Ben that more than ever “it’s frowned upon to have kids and be married before 30.” She explains that, in reaction, many women choose so-called retro sexism as a way to reclaim feminism, “to believe that [it] is about women doing what makes them happy, not about fitting into some preordained academy orthodoxy.”

Later, Kelsey Harkness of the Daily Signal reports on Planned Parenthood’s hearing before crisis. Then Noah Rothman of Commentary Magazine speaks to Carly Fiorina’s ability to actualize her political potential and win the presidency.   

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