To compile material for this book, the author interviewed 22 women around the country--among them a nurse, a psychotherapist, and an anthropologist. These women feel that in the battle of the sexes, certain attitudes prolong that war and promote sexism against men. They address such contemporary issues as why male-bashing is a disservice to women and how antimale sexism is connected to violence, unpaid child support, sexual harassment, stalking, and other social problems. Absent are words devoted to restating sexism against women, about which millions of words have already been written. These optimistic and intelligent women break through the wall of politically correct rhetoric to reveal judgments of their own, an almost infinite network of thoughts, associations, and lines of reasoning. Kammar is brave and wise in attempting to strengthen the ethos of healthy masculinity so crucial to healing the nation.