CEO of Concerned Women for America Penny Nance has called transgenderism a "delusion" and same-sex marriage "unconstitutional." And regarding feminism, she speaks from a mother's point-of-view: "We want to raise heroes. We want to raise real men that will stick in their families and be great dads and be great providers and great husbands. We want to encourage masculinity and not villainize masculinity. We're Concerned Women for America and we're the women's group who love men — real men."
(Washington, DC) — [Lifesitenews.com] President Donald Trump is expected to nominate one of the nation's most pro-life, pro-family, and pro-marriage advocates to the State Department. (Photo Credit: Penny Nance)
President and CEO of Concerned Women for America, Penny Nance, is rumored as Trump's pick to be Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues. The position was created by former President Barack Obama shortly after entering office to promote abortion and a liberal "gender equality" agenda worldwide.
If picked and confirmed by the Senate, Nance would head the Office on Global Women's Issues in the State Department. Ranked as an Assistant U.S. Secretary of State, her duties would include working to ensure that the rights of women are protected and promoted in U.S. foreign policy.
In an age of polar opposite definitions of women's rights, Nance's philosophy is contrary to the reigning politically correct agenda of abortion-on-demand, same-sex "marriage," and transgenderism. The organization she led since 2010 and would be stepping down from to take the post specifically "protects and promotes Biblical values and Constitutional principles through prayer, education, and advocacy."
"Abortion is the seminal human rights issue of our time," Nance believes, noting that the 54 million pre-borns aborted (more than one billion worldwide) far outnumbers any other genocidal atrocity in human history. "This is an injustice which must end."
In a stand that may forecast a radical change in American foreign policy should she be picked, Nance opposed the Obamacare forced abortion coverage mandate.
"Americans may want better healthcare, but not at the expense of promoting abortion," she wrote. "Planned Parenthood's radical dream of any number of 'free' abortions for any reason at any point in a pregnancy is an affront to the majority of America's women, and particularly to women of faith."
The author of "Feisty and Feminine: A Rallying Cry for Conservative Women" also favors an emphasis on abstinence education for teens. "Schools and public health advocates owe it to parents and people of faith to support the young girl or boy who wants to delay sexual behavior," Nance said. "Marriage and delaying sex until at least adulthood are good goals."
She weighed on same-sex "marriage" as "unconstitutional," and called the U.S. Supreme Court "lawless" for its Obergefell ruling.
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