It's time that somebody explained what a destructive force feminism has been in American society, and I believe that my new book being published next month does exactly that. The book explains the true nature of feminism, which I have been fighting ever since the 1970s, and the book brings new insights about current feminism from my co-author Suzanne Venker who belongs to a younger generation. Anyone who reads our book, called The Flipside of Feminism, will never want to be called a feminist. We make clear that feminism is a cover for the demands of the female left, who are anti-men, who want to make fathers irrelevant, and who preach the false notions that American women are oppressed by the patriarchy and victims of centuries of discriminatory treatment.
One of those who have already reviewed our book, Mark Levin, summed it up by writing, (quote) "The Flipside of Feminism exposes the lies at the core of the feminist agenda: that there is no difference between men and women, that the hook-up culture is liberating, that women are oppressed victims in the home and office, and that children are fine when left all day in daycare." (close quote) A lot of women believe those lies. They pretend that men and women have all the same desires and goals in life, they think sex outside of marriage is no big deal, they whine about being victims of society, and they are satisfied to have strangers take care of their babies in daycare.
The media, college courses in women's studies, and women's magazines are all trying to take young women down this deadend road. But, funny thing, public opinion surveys taken by feminist sources all show that women are not as happy today as they were in the 1960s. Every young woman should read the truth about The Flipside of Feminism in order to have the intellectual armor to resist peer pressure and build a happy and constructive life.
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