It is surprisingly easy to read for a book of such intellectual and critical caliber.
Because of the ephemeral nature of "hits", I wasn't sure that I'd even heard of some of the films they go into great depths on.
This excellent book presents convincing evidence of the pervasiveness of misandry (contempt for men) in popular culture.
Its about time someone stepped up and identified the new culturally created sexism and inequality. ..Published 1 month ago by afifteen
I am only halfway through, but I am writing a review now considering this book gradually gets better as it goes. Read morePublished 9 months ago by KoalaFace
As a woman, I found this book quite eye opening because males are so frequently the targets of insults and condescention in all aspects of our culture -- the media, the educational... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jinx L. Heath Finch
So many people don't understand Misandry. Others feel that taking any problem of men seriously is None-Feminist
This book is for those who seek to understand what... Read more
I do not think you understand. Misandry don't real, what the author is actually speaking about is trying to reclaim lost privileges. Cry more.Published on October 25, 2012 by jaki
Do you long for a place to lay the blame for everything that's gone wrong in your life?
Do you wish you had a group of like-minded individuals to share your vast... Read more
This is an important book. When you see someone doing something stupid on TV- it's nearly always a man. Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by Lance Loader
This book, while at times dry and actually boring, is an excellent starting point for realizing the extent of anti-male bigotry that is allowed, even mandated, in America today. Read morePublished on May 8, 2010 by Phil #3
I am intimately, in every sense of the word, familiar with most of the men's rights literature, and I have to say that looking back on all the magnificent, avant-garde (and frankly... Read morePublished on September 3, 2006 by Bernard Chapin