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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, D-E — Index to books, reviews and articles – about sex, politics and the patriarchy


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Bibliography

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"The social-science evidence is in: though it may benefit the adults involved, the dissolution of intact two-parent families is harmful to large numbers of children.  Moreover, the author argues, family diversity in the form of increasing numbers of single-parent and stepparent families does not strengthen the social fabric but, rather, dramatically weakens and undermines society."

[Also see the transcript of an online conference in which Whitehead discusses her October, 1994, cover story, "The Failure of Sex Education."  In addition, see the collection of other articles published in The Atlantic Monthly on Family ]

"Comprehensive sex education," mandated in seventeen states, is the educational fad of the hour, yet there is little evidence that it "works"—prevents teenage pregnancy and stanches the spread of sexually transmitted disease.  Defended by its professional-class originators as "getting real" about teenage sex, it fails to speak to the grim reality of what the author calls "the new sexual revolution" among the young.

[Also see the transcript of an online conference in which Whitehead discusses this article.]

  • Dafoe Whitehead, Barbara — Testimony of Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, Ph.D, Co-director, National Marriage Project, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, before the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, Subcommittee on Children and Families, U.S. Senate;  April 28, 2004

I would like to address three questions: What is marriage for? What do we know about the benefits of marriage for children and adults? How does marriage benefit the society?

  • Dare, Malkin — HOW TO GET THE RIGHT EDUCATION FOR YOUR CHILD, 147 pages, softcover, $13.95

Available from OQE-SAER Publications, 17O University Avenue West, Suite 12-218, Waterloo, Ont., N2L 3E9 (Review)

  • Davies and Berger —  The Family - Is it Just Another Lifestyle Choice? [IEA]

  • Davis, Laura and Ellen Bass — The Courage to Heal — A Guide for Women Survivors of Sexual Abuse (New York: Perennial Library, Harper & Row, 1988)

Review by Robert Sheafer

  • Delbanco, Andrew — The Death of Satan

  • Dench, G., (ed) — Rewriting the Sexual Contract (1997)

  • Denfeld, Rene — The New Victorians

  • Dennis, Erdos — Families Without Fatherhood  [IEA]

  • Dennis, Norman — The Invention of Permanent Poverty  [IEA]

  • Dennis, Norman — Rising Crime and the Dismembered Family  [IEA]

  • Depner, Charlene, & James Bray — Nonresidential Parenting: New Vistas for Family Living - (1993)

  • Dineen, Tana — Manufacturing Victims - A Book about the Psychology Industry, Psychotherapy and Victims

A 'must read', for anyone who is a 'victim'; a friend or relative of a 'victim'; someone blamed or accused by a 'victim'; or interested in or considering . . . (For a description, excerpts and ordering information: http://www.scholefieldhouse.com/mv/.
Reviews and excerpts: The Rape of Numbers, and Science Fiction

  • Displaced Dads — No Child Aboard, — A CD with 12 hard-hitting songs about family break-up,

set to rock music.  Lyrics and ordering information, Notes relating to songs, Research references.
    If you have a P.A. system that you use for your demonstrations and want to attract attention when you are not using it for speeches, the music on this CD is just the thing to do it with.

  • Dolen, Walter R. — Sex Differences v. Dogma

  • Donovan & Marshall — Blessed Are the Barren The Social Policy of Planned Parenthood.

  • Dobson and Bauer — Children at Risk

  • Dorris, Michael — Broken Cord (Harper Perennial, 1989, paperback, 300 pages, ISBN 0-06-016071-3)

The experiences of a man and his wife who devoted themselves to adopting and raising three children afflicted with fetal alcohol syndrome.  If you have any doubts on whether alcohol consumption by a mother will have any impact on her unborn child or children whom she nurses, this book will dispel them.  FAS is terribly devastating and cripples children for life.

by Marilyn I. Kwong, Kim Bartholomew and Donald G, Dutton from the Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science (1999), 31:3  (p. 150-160). This is also available in PDF format. This is a reanalysis of the data from the Kennedy and Dutton study (1987) that was used so strenuously in produing "protection of women" laws in Canada. Guess, what? Violence levels are reciprocal and not sex specific. The bidirectionality of violence is seen in the same proportions — close to equal — as seen in other studies around the world.

  • Elliot, Michele — Ways to be a good parent — from the frantic fours to the terrible twelves. (1996)

  • Emberley, Peter C. — ZERO TOLERANCE: Hot Button Politics in Canada's Universities, Penguin Books, Toronto 313 pages; softcover; $19.99

Review by Martin Loney in the Alberta Report, October 7, 1996

  • Eshtain, Jean Beth — "Family Matters: The Plight of America's Children." (The Christian Century (July 1993): 14-21.)

"Three out of four teenage suicides occur in households where a parent has been absent."


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