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From CNN's Carol Costello:
This month's issue of Elle Magazine features an article titled "The Best and the Rightest" about a new generation of conservative women labeled as "Baby Palins" who are "stepping forward to dis feminists and cheer low taxes, guns, and motherhood."
Many women featured in the article, such as Karin Agness, have taken issue with the "Baby Palins" label.
"The Palin brand has been so damaged by the media that the 'Baby Palin' label serves the purpose of quickly stereotyping and delegitimizing us at the same time," Agness, founder of the Conservative Network of Enlightened Women, says.
However, the article's author, Nina Burleigh, stands by her work, stating that the women profiled "are into guns and motherhood, and low taxes, a rather new conservative female ideology first introduced to the national political discourse by Palin."
Talk Back: Are conservative women unfairly stereotyped?
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