Empowering Young Conservative Women on Liberal Campuses: Karin A. Lips’ ‘You’re Not Alone: The Conservative Woman’s Guide to College’


I’m a dude (despite the fact that according to some professors throughout the nation, anyone can be a “dude” these days), but that doesn’t mean it’s plain as day to see that throughout the country, conservative women on campuses face a unique variety of challenges men such as myself will never have to tangle with.

Lips’ new book, “You’re Not Alone: The Conservative Woman’s Guide to College,” emerges as a significant work because of it’s mission to show young, conservative women that the difficulties they encounter from liberal professors and students, whether it be directly in the classroom or throughout campus, are experienced by others and there are answers out there.

For context, Lips has been an advocate for conservative women for some time now, so if anyone is the definitive expert on this topic, it’s certainly her. As president and founder of NeW, Lips has managed to establish and lead a true platform for conservative women to speak honestly about their views and the experiences they carry with them – having gone through the university experience without coming out the end a blue-haired, feminist, communist who also can’t determine their own gender.

The primary goal of “You’re Not Alone” is to equip young conservative women with the necessary tools and knowledge to navigate the predominantly liberal terrain of higher education. The book provides a blend of personal stories, practical advice, and strategies to help these women thrive in academia without compromising their conservative beliefs. It addresses the challenges they face, such as liberal bias, self-censorship, and the need to find supportive networks.

Popular conservative women who have backed this book include Senator Marsha Blackburn, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, and Townhall editor Katie Pavlich. “Navigating college can be challenging, but this book offers a road map for conservative women to stick to their principles, thrive on campus, and succeed,” said Katie Pavlich.

The book not only acknowledges these struggles but also offers guidance and solidarity to those who might feel isolated due to their conservative views. It is an essential read not only for conservative women embarking on their college journey, but also for a broader audience interested in understanding the diverse experiences within our educational institutions. It is a valuable resource for parents, educators, and anyone who supports intellectual diversity and the freedom of thought.

“You’re Not Alone: The Conservative Woman’s Guide to College” is available on Amazon now.