She would have you believe that feminism is such a horribly negative thing that harms society.
I liked this book because of the information that it has to show how women have changed and how much influence it makes to everyone.
Please, I beg you, do not buy this book, do not be the idiot who believes in this woman's garbage.
Anybody who is thinking about dating needs to read this book first. If you would not buy a car without knowing what makes a good car, you are nuts to pick a spouse based on what... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Usher
This hardbound book arrived in perfect condition. The packaging was well done. I am thoroughly enjoying the book and have even joined the author's blog.Published 13 months ago by Ronda Marilyn Wohl
I couldn't even get through the first twenty pages. This book is complete and utter bull***t. PLEASE don't take this book seriously. Read morePublished 15 months ago by hoop0542
This is SUCH a bad book, it almost fascinated, like watching a car crash by the side of the road. You want to turn away, but can't.
The title is completely misleading. Read more
Alot of good content. I thought style is a bit extreme,and her case is made pretty bluntly. I largely agree with the thrust of what she is sayingPublished 18 months ago by John Coull
"Today's women are enlightened! They're men's equals...What a load of crap. Every stinkin' last bit of it. Crap, crap, and more crap. Crapola personified. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sadie
It was by accident that I saw the Suzanne Venker piece on Fox-News.com called "The War on Men" which was pretty much on target. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Anthony J. Parrino
I will preface this by saying I am a fan of Suzanne Venker. I read The Flipside of Feminism a while ago and agreed with most of that work. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Angrygreycatreads
I think that this should be read be all girls in their late teens and early 20's. There is so much sense it this book. It is time to return to the basics.Published 19 months ago by L. D. Penrose