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Posted February 23, 2002
A good book, worth a read. Gets a little repetative at times, but that's just the authors' way of proving their point. I have to take exception with the 'critic's review' by Jeff Ingram. He criticizes the book's view on misandry by saying Misandry and Misogyny exist neck and neck. He failed to see the point the authors' were making - that feminists deny that misandry exists at all. Most (if not all) media attention is focused on misogyny. Name the last time you saw a news story on violence against men (it does happen). Look at the cover of any men's fitness magazine, think that's an attainable body image? Think we'll ever see Oprah cover this topic, don't hold your breath.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 6, 2001
Fabulous book. Important book. Liberates men from the culture of hatred fostered by the most extreme wing of feminism. Doesn't bash women, but says we need to recognize man-hating stereotypes if the battle of the sexes is ever to end in a group hug. Forget Women are From Mars, yadda yadda. Read this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.