Amala Ekpunobi: Feminism, Dating, and Tradwives
Amala Ekpunobi joins the podcast this week to talk about her transformation from liberal to outspoken conservative, and what it’s like to speak out against the feminist left in such a public way and at such a young age. We also discuss what Gen Z faces in dating—has feminism ruined the art of romance? And last, we touch on a new trend in social media called tradwives. Are traditional gender roles coming back in style, and what does the left have to say about it?
Raised in a far-left activist household, twenty-two-year-old Amala Ekpunobi was once a student organizer for the left. Unanswered questions—and a search for the truth—led her to a complete ideological transformation. Passionately sharing her new conservative values online, Amala became a viral social media sensation. Now the host of PragerU’s popular show “Unapologetic with Amala,” she inspires millions of young people every day to discover the truth, defend their values, and lead better lives.
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