''Men, Women & Children explores all of the things that most Americans don't talk about, and in the course of showing what happens when we don't communicate with each other, it deftly exposes how we can be both tender and frightening, moving and bizarre, in one of the most beautiful ways I've seen outside of real life.'' --Stoya, star of Perfect Picture
''[Kultgen] speaks the voice of our generation very authentically. And you rarely see that in the media today.'' --George 'Maddox' Ouzounian, author of The Alphabet of Manliness
''With The Average American Male and The Lie, Kultgen earned a cult following as an audacious, candid chronicler of broken hearts and pop culture. His new novel explores private obsessions and secret lives in the age of the Internet and reality TV . . . His observations into how people become corrupted and needy are funny and moving.'' --Booklist
From the Back Cover
Chad Kultgen, cult hero and author of the buzz-generating illicit classics The Average American Male and The Lie, cuts to the quick of the American psyche like no other author writing today. In Men, Women & Children he explores the sexual pressures at work on a handful of troubled, conflicted junior-high students and their equally dysfunctional parents. From porn-surfing fathers to World of Warcraft-obsessed sons, from competitive cheerleaders to their dissatisfied, misguided mothers, Kultgen clicks open the emotionally treacherous culture in which we live—in his most ambitious and surprising book yet.