Redemption from the Powerful Art of Selling Fake News

Carl and Todd can truly say that they have “arrived” when they have the privilege to chat with former Cosmopolitan magazine writer Sue Ellen Browder! Our guest played an important role in the feminist movement and “sexual revolution” of the 1970s, 80s, and beyond.

Sue’s story is compelling as she tells us about her “double life” as a happily married woman raising children, tending her garden, and baking fresh bread while writing made-up stories on feminism and sexual liberation. Can a media outlet really have a manual on how to write fake news to accomplish the desired outcome? You’ll hear about some of those stories today.

Browder explains the radically distinctive movements that were at play in the 1960s and early 70s—the “Sexual Revolution” and the “Women’s Movement” that later united to achieve a common goal—and you can probably guess just what their purpose was! Hear how Sue came to realize what she was doing, turned from that path to make things right, and now offers sage advice for parents and young people living in today’s society.

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We’re pleased to offer you the opportunity to win a free copy of Sue’s bookSubverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women's Movement. Register!!!!The books are a gift from our friends at Ignatius Press.