I’m pleased to report that Swayne O’Pie has agreed to make available material from his book Exposing Feminism: The Thirty Years’ War Against Men on this blog (and on other blogs and websites in due course). The book’s just been published internationally (11 June) in both paperback and ebook editions (Kindle only). The Kindle edition is downloadable onto PCs and Macs using free-to-download software from Amazon. It’s also downloadable onto some e-readers in addition to the Kindle device. The content of the UK paperback edition which has the title Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism is virtually identical. The book is lengthy – 460 pages – and has 53 chapters. The following material is contained in the file at the end of this post, and chapters 20, 26, and 29 will be of particular interest to those concerned with the outcomes resulting from gender-typical choices in the workplace:
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Cultural Misandry: The Widespread Disrespect for Men
Chapter 2 – Why Would Anyone Want to Disagree With Feminism?
Chapter 9 – Who Are These Women Who Make the World Worse for Men?
Chapter 15 – For Feminism Success Will Never be Enough: ‘Forever’ Feminism
Chapter 20 – Feminism and Women’s Choices
Chapter 26 – Women Choose Low Pay and Low Status
Chapter 39 – Top Jobs for the Sisters: Can Positive Discrimination be Justified?