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Cover of "Save the Males," by Richard Doyle

Save The Males, by R.F. Doyle
  The Author is one of the founders of the Men Movement.
  The book is available via download or in hard copy.
  It provides great value at a low price.

 

Sex and Politics, T-Z — Index to books, reviews and articles – about sex, politics and the patriarchy


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Bibliography

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  • Tanner, Michael — The End of Welfare

  • The National Survey of Family Growth, Cycle Five (National Center for Health Statistics, 1997)

  • Thisdelle, Guy — Fathers, Children, Family & Community - A Programming Manual for Counsellors, Parent Educators and Family Advocates". (Commoners' Publishing, 2000, ISBN 0-88970-105-9, (Can)$16.95, softcover)

A few words by the author:

The book contains Canadian data that supports shared-parenting.  It also has a parenting plan, guidelines for sharing the children (frequency of going from mom's house to dad's house, i. e.: every 3 days or weekly, etc.) according to their age.  It contains a tool to help quantify fathers' level of involvement, in lieu of "primary care giver" status.  There is also a Fathering Program for those who want to start this type of program in their community.

  • Thomas, Cal — Uncommon Sense

  • Thomas, David — Not Guilty — In Defence of the Modern Man (1993, Great Britain, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Orion House, 5 Upper St Martin's Lane, London, WC2H 9EA, 271.p, ISBN 0 297 812165,Out of print)

It's an important book, but, thanks to the censorship of the feminist-dominated and controlled publishing industry, it too isn't in print anymore. Excerpt

  • Timms, Noel, Peter McCarthy and Janet Walker — Mediation: the making and remaking of cooperative relationships - (1994)

  • Tong, Dean — Elusive Innocence: Survival Guide for the Falsely Accused, (List Price: $15.99; Paperback - 272 pages (August 1, 2000); Huntington House Pub; ISBN: 1563841908) Reviews at amazon.com

Reviews/Contents; The book can be ordered online at abuse-excuse.com or via 1-800-431-1579.

  • Trentacosta, Janet and Margaret J. Kenney — Multicultural and Gender Equity in the Mathematics Classroom: The Gift of Diversity (1997 Yearbook), 248 pages, $22.00 (hardcover), published by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (If you are worried about your children's chances to learn in school what is needed in life, you better read the review by Martin Gardner The New Math.  It's an eye-opener for those who were away for a while from the education system.)

  •  Tripp, John  and Monica Cockett of Exeter University — Children living in re-ordered families - study by Monica Cockett and John Tripp of Exeter University

  • Upton, Charles — Hammering Hot Iron: A Spiritual Critique of Bly’s Iron John, brought out by Quest Books in 1993. It was my first work of “metaphysics and social criticism” which, besides pointing out both the psychological wisdom and the dangerous Neo-Pagan tendencies of Bly’s version of the “Men’s Movement,” mapped out the trail I had taken from Jungian mythopoeia to Traditional metaphysics. (The book is out of print, but still available through me, the author.) [Charles Upton, in his biography] See also Iron John, by Robert Bly]

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Center for Health Statistics, Survey on Child Health, Washington, D.C., 1993.

"Fatherless children are at dramatically greater risk of suicide."

  • Van den Aardweg — The Battle for Normality

  • VAN TIL, REINDER (I 997) Lost Daughters: Recovered Memory Therapy and the People it Hurts.  Eerdmans Publishing.

An excellent thoughtful cultural analysis of the repressed/recovered memory phenomenon

  • Vilar, Esther — The Manipulated Man, translated from German in 1972

Abstract by Bruce McGovern

Ordering at the printer's web page

Review and selections from book at angryharry.com

  • Walker, Janet,  Peter McCarthy and Noel Timms — Mediation: the making and remaking of cooperative relationships - (1994)

  • Walker, Lenore E. — The Battered Woman (New York: Harper Colophon Books, 1979)

Review by Robert Sheaffer

  • WAKEFIELD, HOLLIDA & UNDERWAGER, RALPH (I 994) Return of the Furies: An Analysis of Recovered Memory Therapy.  Open Court Publishing.

An excellent and scholarly analysis of the roots of the recovered memory craze.

  • Ward, Peggie, Ph.D. and J. Campbell Harvey, J.D. — Family Wars: The Alienation of Children (Custody Newsletter, Issue #9, 1993)

  • WASSIL-GRIMM, CLAUDETTE (1995) Diagnosis for Disaster.  Overlook Press.

A very practical overview which constantly asks and answers the question:  "Why would anyone come to believe that they were sexually abused when no such thing ever happened?"

  • Wilson, James Q. — On Character

  • Wilson, William Julius — The Ghetto Underclass

  • Wilson, William Julius — The Truly Disadvantaged

  • Wyndham, John — Consider Her Ways And Others (Science Fiction, Penguin Books Canada Ltd2801 John Street, Markham Ontario L3R 1B4ISBN 0-14-002331-7, First published by Michael Joseph 1961, first published in Penguin books in 1965.)

Contains:

"Consider Her Ways"

This short story is the perfect counter piece to Margaret Atwood's A Handmaid's Tale.  It's a story about a society in which all males were eradicated after a genetic experiment designed to exterminate brown rats — specifically the male rats — had gone wrong, a society that is a radical feminist's (a.k.a. redfem) dream, one that is fashioned after the Bible quotation "Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways."
    Read it and decide which, Maragaret Atwood or John Wyndham, is the true prophet.
    Read it and shudder, because it seems that we are well on the way of bringing it about.
    Read it and weep.

"Odd"

"Oh Where Now is Peggy MacRafferty?"

"A Stitch in Time"

"Random Quest"

"A Long Spoon"

  • Yapko, Michael, (1994) Suggestions of Abuse.  Simon & Schuster. (Reviewed June 1994)

A therapist who believes in repression nevertheless attacks those colleagues engaged in suggestive and unscientific therapies.

  • Young, Katherine K. and Paul Nathanson — Spreading Misandry: The Teaching of Contempt for Men in Popular Culture, (McGill-Queen's University Press, Oct. 2001, 390 pp, 6 x 9, Cloth, ISBN 0-7735-2272-7 Can$39.95) Publisher's introduction and ordering information.

  • Zubaty, Rich — What Men Know That Women Don't; completely revised, rewritten, globalized and updated from the original 1993 classic edition: Surviving the Feminization of America (Co-published by Virtualbookworm.com and Zubaty Publishing [Rich Zubaty's books can be ordered on-line. They are also listed and can be ordered at amazon.com], Rich Zubaty's Web Site;

If you can accept statements by the author such as, "In order for a man to survive in the modern world it is imperative that he understand two things: 1) Women do not want what they say they want, 2) Women do not know what they want," or "A quick look at the psychological differences between men and women reveals several curiosities: 1) Men and women do not mean the same thing by "I love you," 2) If men are more "object oriented" and women are more "people oriented," why do women spend so much time shopping and why do men play team sports? 3) Women manipulate the macaroni out of men using praise," (properly explained, of course, as to why) then this book is for you. It will remove many of the doubts -, and confirm many of the suspicions, you have had all along – it will liberate you.

Reviews at amazon.com


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Posted 2001 12 07
Updates:
2001 12 27 (made entries for Rich ZubatyDean Tong and Katherine Young)
2003 08 14 (updated links shown for The Manipulated Man)