The Myth of Male Power: Why Men Are the Disposable Sex

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Finch Publishing, 2001 - Men - 408 pages
25 Reviews
...lies understanding. This is what bestselling author Warren Farrell discovered when he took a stand against established views of the male role in society, and pursued o course of study to find out who men really are. Here are the eye-opening, heart-rending, and undeniably enlightening results...

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User Review  - David Moulton - Goodreads

This books isn't well written, but it's provocative and valuable. As a gay man, I felt like a lot of these issues don't affect me directly. Still, I used to be more of a hardline feminist (Andrea ... Read full review

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Dated. Arguments unsupported. And unsupportable. Avoids the reality of women's lived lives. Patently ridiculous statements/arguments on nearly every page. Surely there are are far more up-to-date books on the subject. Perhaps written by a team of one woman and a man... Read full review

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