A 2012 piece in the Phoenix New Times entitled " Kyrsten Sinema's Hilary Rosen Moment, and Her Persistent Verbal Flubbery" speaks to that habit, as it references a 2006 interview where Sinema ridiculed stay-at-home mothers.
"These women who act like staying at home, leeching off their husbands or boyfriends, and just cashing the checks is some sort of feminism because they're choosing to live that life. That's *expletive*. I mean, what the *expletive* are we really talking about here?"
Though some may scoff at the 12-year-old quote being used in a 2018 election, it serves to represent the kind of modern-day feminism Sinema subscribes to — one that looks down on those who take a more traditional route of placing family over career aspirations.
There are other concerns, too.
Sinema has long been a supporter of abortion "rights" in the state of Arizona. As reported, she has not only voted consistently to support the country's largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, by way of taxpayer funding, but also "voted against a compassionate popular measure to stop abortion after five months, a point by which unborn babies can feel pain." That an individual, most especially a female, is unmoved by the humanity of a pain-capable unborn life says much about how little that person values the natural, God-given abilities that women possess. It also says that, to Sinema, political agendas are more important than truth.