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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, H-J — Index to books, reviews and articles – about sex, politics and the patriarchy


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Bibliography

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  • Hagen, Margaret A. — Whores of the Court: The Fraud of Psychiatric Testimony & the Rape of American Justice (1997); Regan Books-Imprint of Harper-Collins: San Francisco, Hardcover - 352 pages 1 Ed edition (March 1997) HarperCollins; ISBN: 0060391979

  • Halpern, Diane — Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities

  • Harbour, Pearle — Guerilla "Divorce" Warfare (self-published).  I highly recommend this book.  It is an excellent guide to strategies for divorce and separation.  Even though it provides specific instructions for US situations, it is generically sufficiently accurate to be of great interest to anyone who becomes embroiled in issues pertaining to separation, divorce, and child custody and access.

Pearle Harbour's Website (as of now I have not been able to find out where the ordering information for the book can be found now. Unfortunately, the FrontPage server extensions required to enable the use of the site-search-engine don't work at the site)

  • Harvey, John — The Truth About Homosexuality

  • Hewlett, Sylvia Ann and Cornel West — The War Against Parents: What We Can Do for America's Beleaguered Moms and Dads, 302 pages, $24.00 (hardcover) published by Houghton Mifflin

  • Heidenry, John , What Wild Ecstasy: The Rise and Fall of the Sexual Revolution (Simon & Schuster, 1997)

  • Himmelfarb, Gertrude — The De-moralization of Society  [IEA]

  • Hoff Sommers, Christina — Who Stole Feminism? How Women Have Betrayed Women (Simon and Schuster, New York, 1994, 320 pp., $23.00 US, $29.50 Canada; ISBN 0671-79424-8, hardbound.)

Review  by Mary Lefkowitz http://www.carnell.com/feminism/christina_sommers/
For various essays and letters by Christina Hoff Sommers check this.

  • Hoff Sommers, Christina, Ph.D. — The War Against Boys : How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men (Hardcover - 251 pages (June 2000) Simon & Schuster; ISBN: 0684849569 ; US$20.00 at amazon.com)  You'll want to read an article by Christina Hoff Sommers in the Atlantic Monthly, based on her book.

  • Hoffmann, Dr. Heinrich — Der Struwwelpeter (Slovenly Pete), (1844) translated by Mark Twain.  A children's book depicting gender roles (interestingly, directed primarily at boys to correct their bad habits)

  • Hubbard, Benjamin, V. — SOCIALISM, FEMINISM, AND SUFFRAGISM, THE TERRIBLE TRIPLETS CONNECTED BY THE SAME UMBILICAL CORD. AND FED FROM THE SAME NURSING BOTTLE (© 1915 by B. V. HUBBARD, Chicago: American Publishing Company, 1820 City Hall Square Bldg., On line at the US Library of Congress)

  • Huntington, Samuel P. — The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order (Simon and Schuster, New York, l996) Review

  • IEA — Charles Murray and the Underclass

  • IEA — Just A Piece of Paper?  Divorce Reform and the Undermining of Marriage

  • Jäckel, Karin, Ph. D. — Germany Devours its Children (Rowohlt 2000, DM 19.90)

Feminism is not a sacred cow — After the end of the ideologies there are no more large controversial themes about which it is worth getting upset over, no really new insights, no social taboos and rules of silence that must still be broken.  [To the contrary,] Karin Jäckel proves in her new book that these forbidden territories are still very much in existence. Review and Excerpt

  • Jäckel, Karin, Ph. D. — A father doesn't give up : The story of a used man
    (German, 2001, rororo, 318 pp., pb., ISBN 3 499 60692 5; DM 19.90)

Translated from the back cover of the book:

We find ourselves in a great social disruption.  The traditional role distribution of the sexes is dissolving. The security of providing for the needs of life is no longer tied to the man as the family provider.  Women are their own men.  However, as always in times of disruption, insecurity prevails.  The old path is covered in rubble, the new one not yet secured.  And there is much of value that's lost along the way.  That's more and more often fathers.  George is one of them.
   In a bedeviled war of the roses, he fights for years for a living, true fatherhood.  Tormented by child-welfare offices, who see the well-being of the child solely with the mother and advise the father to have his grief over the child "counseled-away."  Abased and and exploited by lawyers compelled by feminist ideology, who try to establish  rights without obligations for the mother.  Declared superfluous by incompetent experts.  Financially ruined, professionally worn out, but steadfast in his love for his daughter.  She is to have two homes, one with the mother, one with him.  That is what he wants for her, because he knows, his daughter wants that too.
   That story is being vividly told by this book.
(See also Karin Jaeckel's English-language web pages.)
Comments and excerpts

  • Jäckel, Karin, Ph. D. — The Secondhand Man: Loved no longer and pillaged — Fathers after separation (In German; slated to be published in English if a willing publisher can be found), Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, January 1997, soft cover, 280 pages, ISBN 3-423-15103-X, DM 28.00)

Reviews (German)

Review and excerpts (English) by Matthias Mattusek (do a "Find in Page" for Jaeckel.  Sorry about that, when I did the translation I didn't have HTML capabilities and know-how yet.  I'll try to re-format the document and get it re-posted. —WHS)

Testimonies by children of divorce (English)— excerpted and translated from The Secondhand Man

Note: Karin Jaeckel, a very popular German author of more than 60 books so far, lately focusing on love, interpersonal relationship and the traditional family, had been warned that the publishing of this book would negatively impact her career as an author.  Alas, problems with the publishing of The Secondhand Man did occur.  She was asked to rewrite the book along feminist party lines.  She refused and managed to find another publisher (These circumstances are described in the article by Matthias Matussek at the link indicated above).  However, since then she has had enormous and apparently insurmountable difficulties in finding publishers for the manuscripts of new books she produced since.  Such is the result of censorship by the feminist-dominated publishing industry.  "Hell hath no fury as a woman scorned," but far more serious are the consequences resulting from any criticism of the international agenda for the planned destruction of the family.

  • Jäckel, Karin, Ph. D. — The Wife at his Side.  "Mere" Housewives in the Looking-glass of Feminism [German]

German Title: Die Frau an seiner Seite. "Nur"-Hausfrauen im Spiegel des Feminismus
dtv 36053, 320 pages, DM 19,90  öS 145,-  sF 19,-
First printing October 1999
Book information and review (English)
Excerpt: The Beginnings of the Women's Movement (English)


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Posted 2001 12 07
Updates:
2002 01 30 (made entry for A father doesn't give up)
2002 02 14 (added link to excerpts from A father doesn't give up)