Kellyanne Conway Thinks Feminism Is Too ‘Anti-Male’ And ‘Pro-Abortion’


While speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Conway spoke about what it means to be a woman in politics. Conway was then asked about the idea of “conservative feminism.”

Conway said she doesn’t believe in calling herself a feminist because she does not consider herself anti-male or pro-abortion:

Why, I believe this generation, particularly the younger people, don’t really like labels.  And we’re not necessarily joiners or liking to label ourselves, and that’s great in its own right. So I don’t know about calling yourself a feminist. And also, for me, it’s difficult to call myself a feminist in the classic sense because it seems to be very ant-male and it certainly is very pro-abortion in this context. And I’m neither anti-male or pro-abortion.

Instead of advocating for feminism, Conway spoke about the importance of evaluation your own personal choices:

So there’s an individual feminism if you will, where you make your own individual choices. Mercedes, I look at myself as a product of my choices, not a victim of my circumstances, and that’s really, to me, what conservative ‘feminism,’ if you will, is all about.

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