Ep. 78: Marriage & Motherhood in a Woke World:
A Conversation with Lauren Southern

Lauren Southern is an independent Canadian journalist, author and documentary filmmaker. She’s currently completing the production of her third documentary film Crossfire which investigates the political power struggle between Black Lives Matter and police forces in America.

In addition, Lauren has written a new children’s book, Henry the Sheepdog, to help parents combat the propaganda their children are besieged with on a daily basis.

Lauren’s most important project to date, however, is being a mother and a wife to her wonderful family in Australia where she’s situated now.

IN THIS EPISODE:

5:00  Lauren tells the audience about her history and work spanning from social activism to her documentary making

9:00  Lauren discusses her upbringing and what made her brave enough to start publicly confronting liberal talking points

13:30 Lauren’s viral video, “Why I’m Not Married”

18:00  Why millennials have trouble navigating relationships

22:00  Lauren’s experience navigating motherhood, marriage, and career

25:00  Lauren and Suzanne discuss getting married young

29:30  Lauren’s children’s book, “Henry the Sheepdog”

32:10   Suzanne and Lauren discuss raising countercultural parenting and how to teach kids to think critically

43:00  Why we need more conservatives in the arts

46:10   Lauren talks about her new documentary “Crossfire”

Suzanne Venker

Suzanne is an author, a coach, and a podcast host committed to helping women let go of cultural beliefs that undermine their happiness in life and in love.