The real war on women isn’t about abortion rights or contraception: it’s a war against women who dare to leave the liberal feminist lockstep. Read more about how ‘pro-women’ liberals will readily throw female conservatives under the bus in Nika Anschuetz’s article at the College Conservative:

The War on Conservative Women

The war on women is real, but which women is it targeting? The far left wants you to believe that this war is perpetrated by the nasty GOP. Google it. Titles like “GOP War on Women,” “Republican War on Women,” and “Stop the War on Women” are all plastered at the top of the search results.

If there was such a raging war, one would hope that this war wouldn’t be discriminatory. After all, what are the liberals sharpening their swords for? Unfortunately, this war is extremely discriminatory. The women’s rights advocates will defend women, but only if you agree with their politics.

Ladies, there is an outright war against conservative women.

Michelle Malkin is one of the many targeted conservative women. She’s been called every name in the book from “slut” to “mashed up bag of meat with lipstick on it.”

Michelle Malkin reminisces about the so-called tolerance from the left:

Remember when MSNBC misogynist Ed Schultz called talk show host Laura Ingraham a “talk slut” for criticizing Obama’s petty beer summit. Or when Playboy published a list of the top 10 conservative women who deserved to be “hate-f**ked.” The article, which was promoted by Anne Schroeder Mullins at, included Ingraham, “The View’s” Elisabeth Hasselbeck, former Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino, GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann, and others. Yours truly topped the list with the following description: a “highly f**kable Filipina” and “a regular on Fox News, where her tight body and get-off-my-lawn stare just scream, ‘Do me!’”

Kirsten Powers, a USA Today columnist and a card carrying liberal, admitted to the unfair targeting and scrutiny conservative women face. The media assumes that, if you’re a minority or a woman, you can’t be conservative.

If you’re a conservative woman in the media, you’re doomed. Katherine Timpf, a reporter who works for Campus Reform, had to leave a feminist convention because she wasn’t allowed to participate in the “festival of inclusivity.”