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Women, men, and the whole damn thing : feminism, misogyny, and where we go from here / David Leser.

Leser, David, 1956- (author.).

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North Kansas City Public Library 305.3 LESER 2021 (Text) 0001002431771 Nonfiction New Available -

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 298-301) and index.
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Of all the wild animals -- Desire and hatred -- When God was a woman -- Sex, lies and videotape -- Not okay? Me too -- The hunting ground -- La grande cause -- Here, there and everywhere -- Augustine confessions -- The man box -- Hammer blows -- Brick by hurtful brick -- In the shadows of Saddam -- The grey zone -- Tabula rasa -- Vigilante justice -- Voyage around my father -- India's daughter -- Tenderly, gently.
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In Women, Men, and the Whole Damn Thing, author David Leser presents an essential and incisive investigation, unearthing the roots of misogyny, its inextricable links to the patriarchy, and how history brought us to the #MeToo movement and the wave of incandescent female rage that is sweeping the world. his book calls on men (yes, all men) to be accountable for their contribution to the continuing oppression of women by the patriarchal structures that have dominated our culture historically and through to the present. He argues that misogyny and female oppression is the greatest moral issue of our times and we are all responsible for dismantling the structures which cause such oppression. This book is his journey into how to grapple with both the personal and collective aftermath of #MeToo and the new future. Including interviews with Tina Brown, Zainab Salbi, Marlene Schiappa, and Helen Garner, among other globally recognized names.
Subject: Man-woman relationships.
Men > Conduct of life.
Women > Crimes against.
Sexual harassment of women.
Sexual harassment.
Social movements.

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