Taylor began her TV career doing national and regional commercials when she was in her teens. The national political spotlight on her began in the ’90s, but exploded during the 2007-2008 Democratic primary when she took on the press for what she saw as sexist coverage of Hillary Clinton. She recounts this in detail in her book The Hillary Effect, an accurate and historic account of Hillary Clinton’s rise and what she faced from the media, going back two decades. Taylor offers blunt analysis that can’t be found from anyone else on hot topics ranging from politics and Hillary Clinton, the double standard Clinton faces in 2016, feminism and Miss America, to talking about romance, sex and relationships, detailed in her book The Sexual Education of a Beauty Queen – Relationship Secrets from the Trenches. Taylor Marsh interviews and speaking appearances captivate, because no one brings it like she does.