It's reasonable to assume that nothing virtuous can come from Hollywood celebrities and social media influencers today. From their constant vilification of traditional values to promoting perversion on the internet through sexual objectification and radical “wokeness.” Christian conservative women have nowhere to turn, as we are told to esteem those who continue to fail us.
Thankfully, not all hope is lost. Below are women who have gone against the grain in their respective industries by standing firm in virtue and truth, even if unpopular. They are women who courageously speak up for Christian and conservative values in environments designed to suppress and silence their voices.
Beauty influencer, and force to be reckoned with, Amanda Ensing is a steadfast voice for Christianity and conservatism within the makeup industry. After Ensing shared her political and ideological beliefs on social media amid the 2020 election season, she was canceled from the makeup industry. She was criticized on the internet by fellow makeup influencers and cut from working with makeup brand Sephora for her political stance.
“I learned a lot about the beauty industry as I started speaking up for my views,” Ensing told PragerU in an interview, “These people knew who I was, and then the moment I spoke up that I’m a conservative, the perception of who I was changed overnight.”
However, this trial has not stopped Amanda from advocating for her values. She founded Elevate Beauty last year, a brand made for the “outspoken” and designed to challenge the “toxic paradigm of the beauty industry.” Amanda shares her life unapologetically on Instagram, as she remains vocal about her faith and beliefs.
Candace Cameron Bure Whether you know her from her “DJ Tanner” days on Full House or her frequent appearances in Hallmark movies, Candace Cameron Bure maintains her joyful spirit with every role she obtains.
In recent years, however, she has been under fire for proclaiming her beliefs on social media. Whether defending traditional marriage or supporting medical freedom, Bure has endured public backlash for her opinions. Notably, she left her position on The View shortly after the 2016 presidential election due to the “stress” and “anxiety” she gained while representing conservatism on the show.
“As soon as Donald Trump won that election I was like, ‘this has got to go’. Because I could not, I did not want to be the punching bag for the next four years in that conservative seat,” Bure shared on the Behind The Table podcast.
These days she works with Great American Family, a network providing family-oriented and faith-based content. After leaving Hallmark last year following their decision to promote LGBTQ stories, she told the Wall Street Journal how her new network would “keep traditional marriage at the core.” Her joy radiates across all her social media platforms and podcast.
After rising to fame on The Voice in 2012, country star RaeLynn continued to make music and pursue her dreams. Moreover, she did not shy away from sharing her story and heart in her songs which resonate with women nationwide.
RaeLynn shared her experience of discovering her mother made an appointment to abort her, expressed in her powerful pro-life song “She Chose Me.” “When I found that out, it was really hard for me to digest. I was like ‘Oh my gosh I almost didn’t exist, my husband almost didn’t have the wife that he has, I almost didn’t have a daughter, I almost didn’t have this career’ and it just really hit me,” she said in an interview on The Candace Owens Show.
Following the release of “She Chose Me,” Raelynn shared how thousands of women on social media used her song to share their stories. “Seeing women use this as the soundtrack for their own stories has been incredible for me,” she said.
RaeLynn advocates for all things life and family and continues to convey that in her music. “To me, the unborn are the ultimate underdogs, and I think celebrating them is one of the only things that we can do,” she proclaimed.
Fashion icon and wife of country singer Jason Aldean, Brittany Aldean, has taken social media by storm with her fashion statements, family adventures, and glamorous lifestyle. Don’t get it twisted, however, as she does have a mind of her own and isn’t afraid to express it.
The best example is when Aldean shared an Instagram reel of her putting on makeup with the caption, “I’d really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girly life.” The reel, surpassing two million views, upset other singers like Maren Morris, who called Aldean an “Insurrection Barbie” and “scumbag human.”
Those insults did not stop Aldean from sharing her beliefs, as she took to Instagram to share how “gender mutilation” of children is “one of the worst evils.”
“Love is protecting your child until they are mature enough as an adult to make their own life decisions,” she stated. “Until then, leave the children alone!”
You can find Aldean wearing her clothing line, Brittany and Kasi, with products saying "conspiracy theorist" and “unapologetically conservative.”