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Loving Men, Respecting Women: The Future of Gender Politics Paperback – March 25, 2011
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The author manages to provide many new insights while at the same time probably providing the most extensive annotated review I have ever encountered of previous works touching on gender politics from a pro-male or pro-egalitarian perspective. I admire Goldich's facility, a la Dr. Farrell, at encapsulating his insights into pithy phrases. A couple of the ones that characterize the entire book appear in the book's very first pages: "Throughout history, both sexes have respected men more than they've respected women. Throughout history, both sexes have loved women more than they've loved men.Read more ›
Personally, this book helped defragment what were once just floating fragments in my mind regarding the rules for gender relationships.
This book helped me establish that both sexes are equally responsible for the current situations that exist in the world today.
It is incorrect to think that men alone created all the problems that exist in the world--it is just not true. It is a shared responsibility.
For sake of disclosure, I am acquainted with and have met Tim Goldich on different occassions over the last half decade. I consider him to be a good writer and, in the old-fashioned sense, a talented "declaimer" of prose and poetry. I took the opportunity on a recent occasion to informally interview Tim with the question in the back of my mind, to wit, "How does Goldich's metaphor of the "balance beam" influence couples therapy?" As it turns out Goldich's idea could be hugely helpful. The underlying principle in this idea and the book is that men and women need to be encouraged to stop combat and find ways to communicate in more healthy ways for themselves and their children.
This book arrives on the market at a time when men's voices have grown louder about perceived mistreatment at the hands of the media at large. Many men are complaining about how media in general and many commercials specifically belittle men in story lines and advertising.Read more ›
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Just a few pages into “Loving Men/Respecting Women – The Future of Gender Politics,” I was struck by how well written it is. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Boggs
Wow...Tim Goldich's book is an education waiting to happen in my case...heartfelt wounds of mine cropped up again and again and again as I learned facts that I had never... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Bob Shiel
An encyclopedic breakdown of social gender politics. This represents a comprehensive power analysis that make the reader question our gender roles and motives. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Timothy G. Patten
This is the first book with discussion of men's human rights that I have been reading. I'm half way through and it is illusion shattering. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kristal Garcia
This is destined to be a classic gender-studies tome, and easily shares such high status with the likes of Warren Farrell, Herb Goldberg, David Thomas, Jack Kammer, and others. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Cowhand Luke
Goldich basic argument is NOT that feminism is wrong. Just that feminism is the female view on gender politics. This is not a problem. Read morePublished on April 10, 2014 by Alex Pfeiffer
As an academic who studies and teaches men's issues at the university level, I believe that Goldich's work is among the best available for understanding the (sometimes turbulent)... Read morePublished on January 11, 2014 by Todd Bottom
Unique in its theory that claims that all sexism hurts both genders, that for every misogynistic repression there is a misandrist counterpart. Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by Dylan Tomorrow