Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism (Paperback)
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Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism (Paperback)

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PLEASE NOTE: The content of this book is virtually identical to the content of 'Exposing Feminism', the paperback edition of which was published in May 2012 and is solely (officially) on sale outside the United Kingdom. This book is of international relevance. It was first published in Britain only, in October 2011. A British readership was anticipated, but to the author's surprise (and delight) orders for the book also arrived from readers in other developed countries, most notably the United States, Canada and Australia. Many of these buyers reported parallels in their own countries, especially with respect to the strategies used by feminists to justify their continued existence and to perpetuate their cultural and political power, now that equal rights and equal opportunities for women have been achieved. Swayne O'Pie refers to the feminist strategies of deliberately creating 'women's issues', 'inequalities' and 'discriminations' as the 'Feminist Fraud', leading to 'Forever Feminism' - a phenomenon found in many developed countries. He concludes that for feminists success will never be enough, they can never allow themselves to be satisfied. This book identifies feminism as the root cause of all the discriminations and disadvantages that men experience in western societies. Its analysis of the feminist agenda is applicable to the condition of men and women in all developed countries. The book is confrontational and O'Pie makes no apology for that. He's a brave man, addressing issues which other writers have feared to confront - the deliberate exaggeration of rape statistics, the widespread influence of lesbian feminism, the deliberate cheating and lying of feminist 'research', the feminists' psychological make-up and their need for anger. His honesty and integrity have made him a figure of hate and a target for the animosity of feminists; his motor home has already been attacked and seriously damaged three times by lesbian feminists (and signed by them). Feminism has become a malign and highly influential ideology in contemporary western societies, and it's astonishing that it hasn't been seriously questioned and challenged - until now. 'Why Britain Hates Men' is a powerful examination of how and why misandry (the hatred of men) spread so easily across the developed world; it shows why men are universally blamed, demonised, and whenever possible, punished. The book's evidence and research exposes the deceits of modern feminism - issue by issue. For all its serious content 'Why Britain Hates Men' is extremely readable and inspiring, a 'must read' for men and women who've become disillusioned with the feminist movement and the ravages it has caused for thirty years in contemporary western societies. The book is a timely and valuable contribution to the critique of feminism in the modern world. Its eye-opening content is making waves; it deserves to become a bestseller. Mike Buchanan, May 2012

Publisher: The Men's Press
ISBN: 9780956821904
Number of pages: 456
Weight: 1230 g
Dimensions: 295 x 210 x 33 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
'An original and important new book - an intriguing expose of feminism.' Norman Dennis, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Newcastle University 'There can be few people better qualified to critique the state of Feminism in modern-day Britain than Swayne O'Pie. Despite the title, it will resonate with readers in all developed countries. A popular backlash against Feminism is long overdue. This book may be the one that starts the backlash, and I hope it is. It certainly deserves to be.' Mike Buchanan, British writer on gender politics

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