Biden Marks Women’s History Month By Giving ‘Women of Courage’ Award to a Man, by Lauretta Brown 

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The administration is focusing on abortion and transgender ideology in a month meant to honor women’s achievements.

By Lauretta Brown, The Stream, March 7, 2023

Lauretta Brown is the Register’s Washington-based staff writer.


Lauretta BrownWhile Women’s History Month was intended as a time to honor the achievements of women throughout history, the Biden administration has chosen this March to emphasize that they believe women are dependent on abortion for basic equality. They also seemed to struggle with the definition of what a woman is, choosing to give a “Women of Courage” award to a transgender activist who is a biological male.

In President Biden’s statement proclaiming Women’s History Month, he said that “despite significant progress, women and girls continue to face systemic barriers to full and equal participation in our economy and society. Last year, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, stripping away a constitutional right from the American people and the ability of millions of women to make decisions about their own bodies, putting their health and lives at risk.”   …