As an author and speaker, I've been fighting back against America's gender war for years and have made it my mission to help others do the same so they can keep their marriages and relationships strong.
To do that, men and women need to be on the same side; and right now they're not. That's because our culture drills home the idea that men and women are interchangeable—as though the sexes aren't demonstratively and gloriously different from one another, which is what makes relationships work.
The result is a generation of lonely, misunderstood, and resentful men and women who either can't find a partner or whose relationships are mired in conflict.
As a certified relationship coach, I help women (wives, mainly) learn the simple steps to a peaceful and passionate relationship with their man.
"It was so refreshing to read your books, like my soul has taken a deep breath of fresh air. " — Greta
Columnist & Contributor
Suzanne is the author of five books and a columnist at the Washington Examiner. She's also a contributor at The Federalist and a former contributor at Fox News. Her 2012 article, “The War on Men,” remains one of Fox News’ most read op-eds in history.
Suzanne’s work has appeared in publications such as Time, USA Today, Parents and the New York Post and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, The Atlantic, Forbes, The Huffington Post and London’s Daily Mail.
Her TV credits include Tucker Carlson Tonight, Fox & Friends, STOSSEL, The View, CNN, ABC and more. She has appeared on hundreds of radio programs throughout the country, and her work has been featured on “The Dr. Laura Program,” “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and “The Rush Limbaugh Show.”
A former English teacher, Suzanne was born in St. Louis, MO, and graduated from Boston University in 1990. After ten years on the East Coast, where after college she made the unfortunate decision to marry the wrong man and subsequently learned what not to do in love, Suzanne returned to the Midwest, where she now lives with her husband of 22 years. They are almost empty nesters.
What happened to chivalry?
By Suzanne Venker
A friend of mine whose mother died recently was going through her parents’ memorabilia and unearthed a Western Union telegram from 1954 that her father sent her mother just before they married. Here’s what it said:
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