President Donald Trump's recently appointed international women's ambassador Penny Nancy is anti-choice, anti-feminist, anti-LGBT, and pro-male chauvinism.
Nance is anti-choice:
Nance is firmly opposed to abortion rights—she has said that legal abortion is worse than the Holocaust—but also enjoys taking a contrarian, anti-feminist stand on a number of other women’s rights issues.
She is against feminism:
Nance opposed a 2012 reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act; CWA complained that the bill would create “new protections for homosexuals.” She also led the charge against the approval of a new National Women’s History Museum on the Mall, claiming that it would “indoctrinate” visitors by giving too much space to pro-choice activists.
She is anti-LGBT:
When the Trump administration rescinded guidelines for schools on transgender inclusion, Nance said that even LGBTQ rights advocates should support the decision because “there is simply no reason to burden all children and force those who feel uncomfortable with this to ‘just deal with it’ because of political correctness.”
This summer, when Google fired an engineer who circulated a memo arguing that women are scientifically less suited to tech work, Nance blasted the company for yielding to “political correctness” and said it had “done a disservice to women by shutting down an important dialogue about ideas such as nature vs. nurture and everything else that goes into the cause of a gender gap in tech.”