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Exclusive excerpt: The making of a 'Domestic Extremist'

Exclusive excerpt: The making of a 'Domestic Extremist'

We check in on Peachy Keenan and her quest to deprogram America's fertile young feminists.

At his State of the Union address last night President Biden took a stand for "reproductive freedom."

We all know what he means by that. But Peachy Keenan would like to propose another kind of reproductive freedom: the freedom that begins by embracing the truth about men and women:

Practically, this means totally and completely rejecting mainstream culture’s ideal version of being female. By choosing to keep your baby. By having another baby, and maybe a third for good measure. By staying home with your very young children. By rejecting the myth of “toxic masculinity” and celebrating men as heroes and protectors. By getting married young and staying married. And crucially: by avoiding emotional enslavement to destructive contemporary ideas and influences, in all their forms. “Hide your kids, hide your wife!”

Keenan's "Domestic Extremist: A Practical Guide to Winning the Culture War" does just what it says on the tin. It offers sound advice and hearty encouragement to young people seeking a better way.

We recently caught up with Keenan to see what she's been up to since the release of "Domestic Extremist" last summer. Her response mentioned more writing ("I just submitted a proposal for my next book to Regnery, and I’m also working on a fun book for Passage Press"), pitching a TV show, and, of course, tending to home and hearth.

She also wants to launch another baby boom with "a dating website where parents could share bios of their marriageable children. Like Facebook but for matchmaking! I’m calling it Matchbook. Saving Western civilization from itself is a full-time, poorly paid job, but someone’s gotta do it."

To celebrate the upcoming paperback edition of "Domestic Extremist," please enjoy this exclusive excerpt, courtesy of Regnery.

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