The Myth of Male Power: Why Men are the Disposable Sex
Berkley Books, 1993 - 446 páginas
The bestselling author of Why Men Are the Way They Are sheds new light on the state of men in today's society, arguing that male power is a myth with startling and eye-opening facts. Farrell brilliantly illusrtrates how the male-as-oppressor image has fueled hatred between the sexes: making women feel angry and victimized and men unloved and unappreciated.
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Homophobia reflected an unconscious societal fear that homosexuality was a
better deal than heterosexuality for the individual . Homophobia was like OPEC
calling nations wimps if they bought oil from a more reasonably priced source .
The more laws overprotect women , the more I hear employers whisper of their
fears of hiring women . ... When the employer adds the fear of having the
company ' s name dragged through the mud ; of hiring lawyers ; of awarding the
And because the fear is so primal , we are easily seduced into exaggerating the
evil intent of anyone we become ... Because our fear of not surviving was so
primal , it led to the distortions of nationalism and our willingness to make men ' s
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - ex_ottoyuhr - LibraryThing
Having messed up the world by supporting the women's rights movement, what does Farrell propose doing to improve men's condition in it? Launching a men's rights movement! When all you have is a ... Leer comentario completo
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - nmarun - LibraryThing
There were quite a few scenarios in the book for which I went 'wow.. never thought of it like that'. Dr Farrell's ability to back up his statements by providing actual numbers makes is even more ... Leer comentario completo
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