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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, F-G — Index to books, reviews and articles – about sex, politics and the patriarchy


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The report fits right into any discussion of the factors contributing to the destruction of our families. The conclusion is inescapable:

Welfare to "families" results in farewell to the family.

The report provides hard evidence that a reduction in the easy availability of welfare results without any doubt in a general strengthening of marriages, the reduction of poverty and hunger and, most importantly, a halt to escalating numbers of illegitimate births -- contrary to all of the dire predictions of disaster that were made by feminists and other liberals when they attempted to prevent the Welfare Reform Bill from passing.

The report makes very strong recommendations that, in view of the positive results of the welfare reform in the US, at least 10 percent of the funding for TANF should be used for measures aimed directly at strengthening the family.

  • Fagan, Patrick and Robert Rector — The Effects of Divorce on America, A Heritage Foundation report that identifies beyond any doubt that the epidemic of divorce is destroying society.

Each year, over 1 million American children suffer the divorce of their parents; moreover, half of the children born this year to parents who are married will see their parents divorce before they turn 18. Mounting evidence in social science journals demonstrates that the devastating physical, emotional, and financial effects that divorce is having on these children will last well into adulthood and affect future generations.

Fiscal conservatives should realize that federal and state governments spend $150 billion per year to subsidize and sustain single-parent families. By contrast, only $150 million is spent to strengthen marriage. 

Thus, for every $1,000 spent to deal with the effects of family disintegration, only $1 is spent to prevent that disintegration.

a Heritage Foundation Report, June 11, 1999 (Please be sure to read the full text of this very important report.  It contains facts and recommendations that are simply astounding!  It is available as a PDF document at the indicated link.)

A compelling status report and useful suggestions for solutions are provided in the report by the Heritage  Foundation

See also: Marriage: The Safest Place for Women and Children, by Patrick F. Fagan and Kirk A. Johnson, Ph.D.

  • Farrell, Warren — Interview with Warren Farrell    Warren Farrell's web site

  • Farrell, Warren — Why Men Are the Way They Are (Mass Market Paperback Reissue edition (December 1990) Berkley Pub Group; ISBN: 042511094X) Reviews at amazon.com

  • Farrell, Warren — The Myth of Male Power, 1993, ISBN 0-671-79349-7.

Review by Bruce McGovern

  • Farrell, Warren — Women Can't Hear What Men Don't Say : Destroying Myths, Creating Love (Hardcover - 304 pages (October 1999) J P Tarcher; ISBN: 087477988X)

Advance information by the publisher

Review in USATODAY

Reviews at amazon.com

Warren Farrell compares the message in Susan Faludi's "Stiffed" to his own.

  • Fein, Ellen and Sherrie Schneider, The Rules: Time-tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr. Right (Warner Books, 1995)

  • Ferrari, Jorge Luis — SER PADRES EN EL TERCER MILENIO (The title translates to "To be Fathers in the Third Millennium," no English translation available yet, Series: Pensamiento y Sociedad (Thinking and Society), Dec. 1999, Ediciones del Canto rodado, $12, Talleres de TINTAR EDITORIAL S.R.L., Calle Montecaseros 1.770, Mendoza, Republica Argentina, First Edition, ISBN: 987 960 995 6, Abstract)

  • Fiebert, S. Martin, Ph.D. — References Examining Assaults by Women on their Spouses or Male Partners: An Annotated Bibliography, by Martin S. Fiebert , Department of Psychology, California State University, Long Beach

SUMMARY: This bibliography examines 206 scholarly investigations: 159 empirical studies and 47 reviews and/or analyses, which demonstrate that women are as physically aggressive, or more aggressive, than men in their relationships with their spouses or male partners. The aggregate sample size in the reviewed studies exceeds 197,900.

  • Fillion, Kate — Lip Service
  • Folberg, Jay (ed) — Joint Custody and Shared Parenting -  (1991) - Important book

  • Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth — Feminism Without Illusions

  • Freedman, C.H. — Manhood Redux:: Standing up to Feminism, 1985, ISBN 0-935985-00-X

More information by Bruce McGovern

This is one of the most important books I came across.
It discusses the context in which all of the problems addressed by the other works listed in this bibliography occur. The Great Disruption will help to gain a better understanding of the causes of the problem symptoms that appear within any of the discussions pertaining to the decline of trust, moral values, families and civil liberties, and of the corresponding increases in the growth of crime and other social disruptions.
    In The Great Disruption many of the social pathologies affecting the developed nations are being examined by taking a look at them from the outside, so to speak, from the global perspective.  To gain a better understanding of the context in which these pathologies occur it is absolutely necessary to look at them within the framework laid out by Prof. Fukuyama.
    The Great Disruption examines what is happening to society in terms of history, the present and the future.  The book offers hope that a degree of social reconstruction will inevitably happen, indeed, is already emerging since the early 1990s, when the great social disruption that began in the 1960s began to come to an end  The book offers a large amount of statistics, many of which are presented in graphs.
    The data tables used for the construction of the graphs displayed in The Great Disruption as well as additional data supporting Prof. Fukuyama's views with respect to countries not specifically addressed in the book are accessible here.

The book must be read by anyone concerned about and involved in the social trends currently affecting us.

  • Gairdner, William D. — The War Against the Family (1993, Stoddart Publishing Co. Limited, 34 Lesmill Road, Toronto, Canada, M3B 2T6, Tel: (416) 445-3333, 655 pages, Hardcover (November 1992) General Pub Co Ltd; ISBN: 0773726438; Paperback - 672 pages (January 1997) Stoddart Pub; ISBN: 0773756485) Review by Paul Crouser

  • Gallagher, Maggie — The Abolition of Marriage —The Loss of the Family Story

The Abolition of Marriage: How We Destroy Lasting Love. By Maggie Gallagher. Regnery. 300 pp. $24.95.  Reviewed by Kari Jenson Gold
Walter Schneider's Comments on, and excerpts from, The Abolition of Marriage

Maggie Gallagher participated in the production of the 2008 study report: [US] Taxpayer Costs of Divorce and Unwed Childbearing: at least $112 billion a year

  • Glendenning, C., G. Craig, & K. Clarke — Small Change - The impact of the Child Support Act on Lone Mothers and Children - (1996)

  • Glover, Danny — Life by the Numbers: Math As You've Never Seen It Before, narrated by Danny Glover and Seven boxed videotapes, produced by WQED, Pittsburgh $129.00 (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.)

  • Goldberg, Steven, Ph.D.  — Why Men Rule: A Theory of Male Dominance (1993, Open Court).  Review

  • GOLDSTEIN, ELEANOR & FARMER, KEVIN (1992) Confabulations: Creating False Memories — Destroying Families.  Upton Books

The very first book directly describing the emerging nonsense of recovered memory syndrome mainly as seen by the falsely accused parents.

  • GOLDSTEIN, ELEANOR & FARMER, KEVIN (1993) True Stories of False Memories.  Upton Books

A follow up to Confabulations, the stories as seen through retractors and siblings of accusing women.

  • Gordon, Linda — Heroes of their Own Lives — The Politics and History of Family Violence

(feminist claptrap, an example of shoddy research based on “women’s way of ‘knowing’" and a lot of anecdotes)

  • Graglia, F. Carolyn — Domestic Tranquility: A Brief Against Feminism

is now available in hardcover (480 pages with index), ISBN 0-9653208-6-3 from Spence Publishing Company, 501 Elm Street, Suite 450, Dallas, Texas 75202, toll-free 888-773-6782, www.spencepublishing.com.

  • Granatstein, J. L. — Who killed Canadian history?(A Phyllis Bruce Book, HarperCollinsPublishersLtd, 1998, ISBN 0-00-255759-2, hard cover, 156 pages)

Review by Virginia Byfield in the Alberta Report, May 4, 1998, page 44

  • Granatstein, J.L.,  Robert Bothwell, and David Bercuson, — PETRIFIED CAMPUS: The Crisis in Canadian Universities, Random House, New York, 216 pages; hardcover; $29.95

Review by Nathan Greenfield in the Alberta Report, January 19, 1998

  • Green, David, (ed) — Empowering Parents   IEA

  • Green, David (ed) — Reinventing Civil Society  IEA

  • Guilliat, Richard — Talk of the Devil


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