No, Rachel shouldn't hold a public protest of liberal policies to coax conservative females "out of the closet." The mainstream -- for the most part, liberal -- media would attempt to make mincemeat out of all conservatives and anything resembling conservative policies. The liberals, all in for gays abandoning the closet, would, paradoxically, not extend that same tolerance to conservative females. Rather, Rachel should probably, privately, engage formidable female conservatives -- a la Sarah Palin, Michele Bachman -- "court" them, and have them do the "dirty work" as such females have a proven record of successfully mocking the media and debunking many of its myths.
The issue with this idea that Rachel Marsden has to host a public protest of liberal policies to get other women who agree with her out in the open is just ludicrous. I am pretty sure that women that share the same ideas are willing to show support as long as the leader isn't off her knocker. This is what you have here with Rachel.
I do not think that Rachel Marsden should host a public protest of liberal policies for the sake of trying to coax conservative females out of their hiding place. I think that there are better ways to help garner more support from conservative females. I think Rachel Marsden should instead hold a rally.
Rachel Marsden relishes the limelight and being on television, so leading a protest would be a waste of her talents. She can host a protest, but only if the television cameras are rolling to capture her good side. Marsden shouldn't have to coax conservative females out of their hiding places--some women simply don't want to be in the media spotlight.
There are both better ways to find conservative females, and better reasons to stage political and public protests. All Rachel needs to do to find a conservative woman is go to a BINGO hall, a senior center, or a university's republican political group. There are also better motivations for a protest.