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Regis Giles glides from chair to podium with the lithe, twitchy ease of a big cat, hazel-eyed and trailing a honey-colored mane, all 20 tawny years of her packed into a skintight electric blue stretch-satin cocktail dress. She doesn't look like this when she's spearing wild boar on the shores of Florida's Lake Okeechobee or taking aim with her favorite CZ rifle, but today Giles is addressing America's largest annual conservative convention, in Washington, DC, so she's sexed it up a bit.
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In June , Crowder's YouTube videos were investigated over his repeated use of racist and homophobic slurs to describe journalist Carlos Maza. The channel was not suspended, with YouTube saying "the videos as posted don't violate our policies", but it was demonetized. Crowder describes himself as a pro-life Christian conservative. Early in his career, he worked as a voice actor for the character Alan "The Brain" Powers on the children's television series Arthur. He began performing stand-up comedy at age He then acted in a number of films, including the role of Doug Moore in the movie To Save a Life. From to , Crowder worked for Fox News. Crowder creates mainly comedic content and political commentary on his YouTube channel. By , Crowder regularly posted satirical videos on politically conservative media, including Pajamas Media and later at Andrew Breitbart 's Big Hollywood. Crowder served as the master of ceremonies at the Conservative Political Action Conference, and generated some controversy with a rap video he premiered at CPAC

Regis Giles glides from chair to podium with the lithe, twitchy ease of a big cat, hazel-eyed and trailing a honey-colored mane, all 20 tawny years of her packed into a skintight electric blue stretch-satin cocktail dress. She doesn't look like this when she's spearing wild boar on the shores of Florida's Lake Okeechobee or taking aim with her favorite CZ rifle, but today Giles is addressing America's largest annual conservative convention, in Washington, DC, so she's sexed it up a bit.

Besides being a hunter, she's an entrepreneur. From a website called Girls Just Wanna Have Guns, she peddles T-shirts, buttons, and coffee mugs, but no actual guns—yet. That's only because she must wait until she turns 21 to get a federal license to sell firearms. Meanwhile, she's bagged her own reality hunting show, Primal Urge , slated to air on cable's Pursuit Channel devoted to all things hunt in Giles keeps her speech short, sweet, and to the point. I wanna see more headlines stating 'Girl kills attacker with gun' than 'Girl found dead after being raped and choked to death.

She's brought the house down. In real life, Regis' dad, Doug Giles, is a conservative radio host, the self-described "pastor" of his own "Clash Church," and a man who calls himself "a big pain in the butt to people who dislike God and the U. Until recently, the Gileses' older daughter, Hannah, claimed a larger share of the conservative spotlight. Also honey-haired and fetching, she posed as the prostitute in the infamous "sting" operation in which activists at ACORN the political cradle of Obama himself were videotaped appearing to advise a pimp and a hooker on how to launder money.

Regis' niche is as the ambassadress of the polished trigger finger. Thanks to the "Palin effect," female membership in the National Rifle Association has risen by 20 percent, according to an NRA spokesperson, and Regis extols the virtues of hunting in print and on TV, often posed next to photos of her fresh kill. Although she began taking jujitsu and handling deadly weapons by age nine "I grew up in Miami and my parents were a little worried about us running around," she explains , Regis says she hews to traditional gender roles: "I am not a feminist.

I believe women have a role in society and men have a role in society. Behold the new face of conservative womanhood. The sisters are just two of thousands of young women in cocktail dresses who professed their love for guns, low taxes, and red meat at the Conservative Political Action Conference , an annual gathering of 10, political activists, more than half of whom are college-age, nearly all of whom are white.

No matter where they land on that spectrum, all the and-under women I speak with define themselves in opposition to "liberal feminism," though they may interpret that phrase differently. It may seem odd that women who pride themselves on being totally modern would train their fire on such a seemingly old target. Though the reasons for that are probably as obvious as politics and ambition: Feminist bashing remains the surest way to earn cred in the conservative movement, and "feminist" is an easy, all-purpose insult, eclipsed perhaps by only the dread "liberal.

Born in the s and '90s, the right-wing girl Millennials grew up at a time when Reagan was almost ancient history, second-wave feminism was fighting grandma's battles, and the background noise was the whir of talking heads debating whether oral sex was sex at all, courtesy of Bill Clinton.

With their moms able to work, gays on the way to acceptance, and abortion legal if fraught, these young women learned to pick and choose among the issues. Or they use birth control to delay having children themselves while opposing federal funding for Planned Parenthood, which allows poor women to do the same. According to one of her polls of women 18 to 34, 41 percent call themselves Democrats, but 44 percent identify as either "very conservative" or "somewhat conservative" on health care and education.

Only 22 percent pegged themselves as liberal on these matters. To Conway, this suggests that a sizable portion of women who vote Democratic lean right, making it tricky to know which candidates will win their vote. Young women are more likely to label themselves as conservative, Conway found, after experiencing some or all of what she calls the Four Magic M's: motherhood, mortgage, mutual funds, and marriage.

Because they've come of age in the "postfeminist" era, they support "diversity" but include in that concept diversity of ideology, not just of gender, ethnicity, or sexual preference. Thus, young women can chafe at lining up under the old banners. Are you conservative or liberal? Do you plan to be a mother and get married? The daughter of a Republican surgeon and a stay-at-home mom, Ashley Sewell is a tall, green-eyed year-old with short black hair who grew up in suburban Fort Worth, Texas.

She graduated from Baylor University in and went to work as a medical staffing consultant, earning just shy of six figures before she was She cared little about politics—until tax time came around. Uncle Sam told me I owed him another four digits. That just didn't seem right. My life was all about working. I was in the office at six every morning and usually didn't take lunch. I was good at it and saw the rewards of my hard work. I bought a BMW. But for the most part I used that money to establish myself, being fresh out of college.

I had a great apartment and banked a lot of it, as a foundation for my life. The tax bill brought her to tears, Sewell says, and eventually to the Tea Party.

Which in turn led her to donate time to training activists for Smart Girl Politics, a conservative political network started as a blog by a New Jersey homemaker in that now has 50, volunteers working on behalf of conservative causes. Sewell says she keeps her politics entirely apart from "the personal. And gay marriage isn't something she'd rally against. Thanks to the bankability of the telegenic, witty right-wing blond willing to trash the "identity politics" of feminism a type invented by that now salty dog in a black sheath, Ann Coulter , young women like Sewell have a bevy of bright, sassy women in their own age group to emulate.

Among the most prominent is Fox commentator S. Born Sarah Elizabeth, the year-old was weaned on a bootstrapper's family story. Her father, she says, was a born-poor Kentuckian who worked his way up from the warehouse to become a senior vice president of a national office-supply chain. Cupp began writing arts and culture journalism at Cornell University and chose the gender-neutral byline because she thought it would be "cool," not because she ever suffered discrimination.

Cupp was born and raised a meat eater which has practically become a conservative litmus test, what with all the people lining up to attack organic gardener Michelle Obama and her fellow "food police" , but she says she's had to apply herself to acquire some of the other merit badges of modern conservative womanhood.

I was always a sports fan, and it is the second most popular sport in the country and I thought, There has to be a reason. I bring it to the table in the middle of the river, gut it, and cook it on the bank. Especially as a woman, it's empowering. In getting her hands bloody, she follows in the high heels of the former governor of Alaska. A self-described atheist—with a master's degree in faith studies from NYU's Gallatin School—she's more animated by pocketbook issues than reproductive ones and supports gay rights.

And it's not like you guys are everywhere. It's good for intellectual diversity! We're the gay old party. Cupp's latest competitor in the punditocracy is Dana Loesch, a conservative St. Louis radio host whom CNN contracted early this year to provide commentary from the right. Loesch, 32, grew up in a Southern Democrat family and campaigned for Bill Clinton before she could vote.

The former president's sex scandal, she says, propelled her to the right. Then it turned out he did have sex with her! I got really mad. I'd gone to bat for him, argued with teachers and friends for him. The first person to screw me over was Bill Clinton. I was in Kirkwood [a suburb of St. Louis], my baby is on the floor, and I'm watching these buildings crumble.

I blurted out, 'Thank God Bush is president! The path to conservative activism begins in college for many women—and sometimes, nothing can solidify your views more than being vilified for them. When the Smith College Republican Club in invited Ryan Sorba, author of The Born Gay Hoax , to give a talk, the lecture hall was swarmed with students clashing pots and pans and trying to grab the microphone from his hands, according to the most recent president of the group, Lindsay Smith.

Sorba couldn't make himself heard over chants of "We're here, we're queer, get over it," and the event was cut short. Conservatives have been complaining about the chill liberals put on campus "free speech" for a generation now—and not just at avowedly liberal places like Smith.

Ashley Sewell acknowledges that the student body at her alma mater, Baylor, was right-of-center, but even she complains about her treatment. Her first political science professor, she says, asked the class who among them was a Democrat; only three of 50 raised their hands.

Since the Sorba fiasco, Smith's Republican club has thought twice about hosting the most predictably incendiary speakers. Then, too, perhaps the protesters have dialed down a notch or become more receptive to hearing opposing views. While roughly 50 people lined the walls in silence wearing placards that read "Feminist," Obenshain left Smith convinced that her detractors had been edified, if not converted. Well, there is. But it comes from both sides. Sarah Palin has withstood tremendous sexism from flaming leftists.

But I distinguish with students between offensive or irritating sexism, and illegal sexual harassment. There are times when we have to absolutely stand up, and other times when we have to blow past it.

As an example of "an irritant," Obenshain cites frat boys yelling out rude comments to girls. Don't walk by the frats when the boys are hanging out drunk! They don't get asked out on dates; guys just hook up with them, and they wake up the next day and realize they were used. I have girls coming up to me crying, saying, 'Thank you so much for making it okay for me to have a different set of values than what I'm taught.

Alyssa Cordova is director of the Luce campus lecture program. She was raised in a Catholic family in a conservative pocket of northern California; her pro-life belief was one major reason she decided to get active. A curvaceous, dark-haired year-old in black fishnet stockings, black patent leather boots, and a diamond-studded cross dangling above very visible cleavage, Cordova's look is the antithesis of what many people expect of a religious conservative.

We're all about dresses and pearls, but that's not all we are. The Luce Institute is not alone in trolling colleges in search of baby Palins. Seven years ago, a conservative University of Virginia student named Karin Agness walked by a campus building called the Women's Center. The privately funded nonprofit now has chapters on 20 campuses and a headquarters in Manhattan. NeW still runs book groups, and among its current favorites is The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex and Feminism , by year-old Virginia mother of three and former Republican Congressional staffer Carrie Lukas who quit her job to be with her kids.

Lukas' main point is that feminists have hurt women by advising them to pursue careers before establishing families, leaving them too old to bear children.



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