Toxic Feminism

Toxic Feminism

by Eric L. Nelson, Ph. D.
Toxic Feminism

Toxic Feminism

by Eric L. Nelson, Ph. D.



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There is hidden, vicious, toxic side to feminism. This book takes you inside for a look. What you will see isn't pretty. Dr. Nelson shows how far feminism has strayed from the original goals of the women's movement, illuminating the feminist war on children, teenagers, young adults, family and particularly men. He does this by quoting ordinary feminists as they talk about their beliefs, goals and activities. This book also reveals the inner structure of feminism. Feminist strategies are examined including their war on empirical science, use of intimidation to control judges, control of police domestic violence investigation training curriculum and more. Dr. Nelson describes 25 points of similarity between American feminism and WWII Nazi socialism. This book is heavily documented with more than 300 end notes and references. It is written in plain language that a wide audience will easily follow. This is a unique book--you won't find this material anywhere else.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162837688
Publisher: Aequalitatem Publishing
Publication date: 06/03/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 362 KB

About the Author

Eric Nelson has six college degrees including a Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis. He has peer reviewed publications across six disciplines, and is a peer reviewer for 11 scholarly journals. He is an honorably discharged United States Marine Corps counterintelligence Gunnery Sergeant, former police officer specializing in the investigation of domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. Eric has worked as a forensic analyst, Chancellor's liaison to public safety, and as an adjunct professor. He is the author of "The Judicial War On Men", "Toxic Feminism", "Living & Working With Evil People", and, "Recovering From Toxic Masculinity Training", as well as many peer-reviewed journal articles. See these at Aequalitatem Publishing,
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