The Problem with Men: When is it International Men's Day? (and why it matters) (Paperback)
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The Problem with Men: When is it International Men's Day? (and why it matters) (Paperback)

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Published: 04/11/2021
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'The problem with The Problem with Men is that I do believe men will have less trouble with it than the title suggests as it is actually a glorious, funny book written by a glorious funny man' AISLING BEA

'Very moving, one of the few things I've consumed in 2020 that has left me with a sense of hope... but one thing wasn't made clear, when is International Men's Day?' JOHN ROBINS

For the past decade, Richard Herring has been answering sexist trolls on International Women's Day when they ask 'when is International Men's Day?' in the mistaken belief there isn't one.

If only the trolls had learned to use Google they would realise that there is an International Men's Day - it's on November 19th.

In The Problem with Men Richard expands on his Twitter discussions and tackles some of the big questions surrounding the problems of toxic masculinity - for women, but also for men - including:

- Should men fear feminism?
- Is society sexist against men?
- Could you win a point against Serena Williams?

*spoiler* The answer to all of these is no.

With Richard's signature humour and insight, The Problem with Men is a book for anyone striving for an equal society, all year round.

'This is a great book but I think the last thing it needs is a quote by yet another man' JAMES ACASTER

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780751581461
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 156 g
Dimensions: 198 x 124 x 20 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Rich, you're a brilliant comedian and this is a great book but I think the last thing it needs is a quote by yet another man - James Acaster

The problem with The Problem with Men is that I do believe men will have less trouble with it than the title suggests as it is actually a glorious, funny book written by a glorious funny man - Aisling Bea

Very moving, one of the few things I've consumed in 2020 that has left me with a sense of hope... but one thing wasn't made clear, when is International Men's Day? - John Robins

I loved it. One of the reasons I loved it is because it's not very long and I read it quite quickly. It's very funny, as you'd expect. It's funny, even if you are a slightly defensive and thin-skinned male man, I think you'd enjoy this - it's not designed to wind anyone up, but to help you relax - Adam Buxton

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“Brilliant”

Richard herring addresses the many who feel the need to troll in this book. They ask "when is international men's day?" (It's the 19th November) on international women's day. Why do they do... More

Hardback edition
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“The problem with this book is that not enough men will read it”

You've met him and if your being honest you've probably been him- the guy in the office who quips 'when's International men's day - on International women's day'. The easy joke, the... More

Hardback edition
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“RH taking down the trolls!”

Richard Herring does an efficient and reasoned job of exposing the elements within the male population who we all know about who somehow make themselves out to be “victims” of equality and think their own “freedoms”... More

Paperback edition
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