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Gender Gap Is Real

By S.E. Cupp   |   Friday, 06 Apr 2012 09:15 PM

As a conservative woman, it pains me to admit: The gender gap is real. As the Pew Research Center recently pointed out, Democrats have enjoyed more support from women than men for 30 years, and the majority of women have voted for Democratic Presidents since 1992.

One women shows her support with a copy of  Mitt Romney's book.
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And now, President Obama is leading Mitt Romney by an alarming 20 points (58% to 38%) among women, prompting many in the media to giddily prognosticate about Republicans’ inability to win female voters.

Some blame the men for failing to connect with women, while others blame Republican policies. But what of women’s liberation and agency? Taking the role of female voters out of the equation, effectively silencing them, seems a decidedly anti-feminist thing to do.

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