- Paperback: 435 pages
- Publisher: Zubaty Pub (July 1, 1994)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1882342046
- ISBN-13: 978-1882342044
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,713,465 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Surviving the Feminization of America: How to Keep Women from Ruining Your Life
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Ok, so this maybe isn't the very best first book to read if one is interested in the men's movement. As the author tells us in the intro, it's jazz, it's improvisational, it's unabashed and from the heart. So it wanders around a bit. Occasionally it's off the wall -- no, it's practically out of the universe. It's experimental. And I don't have a spiritual bone in my body, so those parts often left me rolling my eyes. But there's a ton of stuff in here which needs to be said, and written and read. Truths as only someone like zUBATY can tell. And you know he's giving you his all, and what more can you ask from an author?
The author nailed my girlfriend totally and American women in general. He pointed out the anti-male bias in our culture. He gets a little out-of-hand as there are plenty of good women out there who are fair and worth loving.
He also is big on our animal natures and the biological/brain differences rooted in our evolution. Our paleolithic hunter and gatherer evolved selves are still hard-wired in. Several decades of social ideas of no value are properly trashed.
He gets into some spiritual issues that are interesting but hardly definitive. Worth considering. Some real ideas on authenic living there.
He also is very pro-environment. We are destroying our world rapidly. The reason? Greed and materialism in this consumption addicted society. He rightly bags on television as well.
Finally there are some good books and authors to explore that he introduced me to. This book is more evocative than definitive.
Rich, through his passionate words, is hoping to encourage us to stop 'looking the other way', and live sensibly for ouselves & our children.
This book is a moving meditation on anti-feminism that everyone with any morality should appreciate. For feminists (both male & female) this book will probably be equivalent to the sound of one cricket-leg chirping.
any man contemplating marrage in the united States.
Zubaty's experience and insight into the nature of
male - female relationships warrents considerable praise.
Topics include :
a) Unnoticed anti-male biases in te American legal and
political system, the feminized aspect of our society
which is largely invisible to American citizens.
b) Beliefs and world views commonly held by American men
and women that practically insure the 60% divorce rate
continue unless drastic measures ae taken by American men
c) The detrimental effect of the above on the American male
child leading to deliquency, crime and a viscious
d) male spirituality as a solution to the above problems
Zubaty's work is painfully enlightening, a must read for
men of ALL ages.