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WASHINGTON, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With a sudden surge in feminist proclamations, Morgan Brittany, Ann-Marie Murrell, and Dr. Gina Loudon are on a mission to flip feminism by rallying American women to reclaim the power of their voices, and reframe the way women think about the power they have to make a lasting difference wherever they are. Think Spartan warriors in heels.

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There is nothing off the table for these three women who talk about stepping out of comfort zones; being career moms; elevating the dialogue for the issues that women care about and encouraging women to live out their convictions. No whining, no screeching and no shouting.

These women are out to blow up political labels and alter stereotypes, and show why changing course can be a turning point in anyone's life—albeit while well-dressed and fully accessorized.

To be released by WND Books on September 2, What Women Really Want provides a candid look at topics the media doesn't want to talk about. "What Women Really Want represents the beginning of a new era of feminism," says Nonie Darwish, author of "The Devil We Don't Know."

"Everyone wants to get ahead in life, career and financially, but it's hard when self-proclaimed feminists tell you that you can't make it and everyone is out to keep you down—when really those angry voices are stepping on everyone to get themselves to the top," said Morgan Brittany, one of the stars in the iconic television show, Dallas.  "Been there. Done that. Women have the power to rise while lifting others, not stepping on them. The secret to lasting greatness is to inspire, uplift and empower each other."

What Women Really Want is a call for women to discuss issues that are dragging our nation down such as a manufactured race war by permanent political capitalists; the extortion of citizens through their vote; the devaluation of our children by a federal education system intent on teaching propaganda rather than reading, writing and arithmetic; a culture that devalues life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness guaranteed by the Constitution.

ANN-MARIE MURRELL is the lead anchor, national director and editor-in-chief of politichicks.tv, a regular political commentator on The Glazov Gang, and a weekly WND columnist. Ann-Marie lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Mark.

MORGAN BRITTANY has been a film, television and stage actress since the age of five, playing Katherine Wentworth in Dallas and appearing in numerous films and television shows. She is a weekly WND columnist. She and her husband, Jack Gill, live in both Los Angeles and Atlanta.

DR. GINA LOUDON has two master's degrees and a Ph.D. in psychological fields. She is the coauthor of Ladies and Gentlemen, host of Smart Life with Dr. Gina, frequent commentator on Fox News Channel and Fox Business News, and a weekly WND columnist. Dr. Gina lives in San Diego with her husband and five children.

For more information, visit http://www.amazon.com/What-Women-Really-Morgan-Brittany/dp/1938067142

To Request an interview or review copy please contact: Tamara Colbert, c: 626.244.5571 or email or Janet Fallon, 703.469.3766 or email.

SOURCE WND Books

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