Desanctis, Alexandra
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Alexandra DeSanctis is a staff writer at National Review and a visiting fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. She is a regular columnist for the Catholic Herald’s Chapter House blog and speaks frequently for college audiences about abortion policy and the pro-life movement. She graduated in 2016 from the University of Notre Dame, where she studied political science, theology, and the Constitution. Follow her on Twitter: @xan_desanctis


The Original Feminist Plan for Women's Equality: Marriage, Family, and Sexual Integrity

In her new book, Erika Bachiochi presents a compelling vision of female equality and happiness that embraces a woman's capacity for childbearing and encourages sexual virtue and strong marriages as an antidote to difficulties that abortion can never hope to solve. "How can we expect women to flourish when our society embraces the lie that female equality requires pitting the pregnant mother against her vulnerable child?"

Date posted: 2021-07-17