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It's simplistic and often silly without really saying much of anything.
If Drexler's research was reliable, the implication would be that when men get women pregnant, their children are actually better off if the father leaves.
During her slamming of men, she also forgot that there are women who are not great at raising boys.
I love how it was a mixture of not just lesbian couples but also Single by Choice mother's. as someone who has mostly nieces and female relatives... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Liz
Brilliant book, breaks all the old stereotypes women have faced raising young men by themselves.Published 3 months ago by Lee Palumbo
There is a large audience for this book who will no doubt believe every word because it tells them a story they want to hear. Read morePublished 12 months ago by A. Friedli
This book is not what I expected. Focus is on lesbian households raising children and how the outside world views them. Had a hard time finishing the book.Published 13 months ago by Yesenia Aguirre
This is a terrific resource for moms raising boys without a father in the house. The book is easy to read yet smart and based on sound research. I'm so glad I found it!Published 16 months ago by PDX Mom
At a time in the world when many, many boys are growing up without fathers in their homes, I think that this
book is a helpful resource.
I just bought this book and will be reading it as soon as it arrives. But I am so surprised by the ignorance of some of these other reviews; single moms produce higher teen... Read morePublished on October 29, 2012 by Nyletak
I didn't read it. So, stop reading this, maybe.
But, I see a trend. More information about how great women are, and how men aren't really needed. Read more
Drexler is a trained psychologist, and therefore thinks of the family's role as turning out a well adjusted individual (empathetic, motivated, etc). Read morePublished on August 14, 2012 by P. Bierre