Does Feminism Discriminate Against Men?: A Debate

I am pleased to announce that Oxford University Press has published Does Feminism Discriminate Against Men?: A Debate (by Warren Farrell [with Steven Svoboda] and James Sterba). The book is a university-level gender studies textbook structured as a debate between Dr. Warren Farrell and pro-feminist Professor James Sterba. Each chapter of the book addresses a different topic, for example: Why Men Earn More. Does Popular Culture Discriminate Against Men? Are Schools Biased Against Girls or Boys? The Future of Feminism and Men.

Warren is the only man ever to be elected board member of the New York City chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) three times. He has gone on to become the most popular and the preeminent author on gender-equal gender studies topics. I first met Warren in 1996 when I interviewed him and since then I have published reviews of a number of his books, tapes, and DVD's. Last year, Warren asked me to work with him on this book, which addresses intact rights at several points.

If you buy a copy of this book (or any item) through amazon.com, your purchase will result in a royalty of about 4% of the price being sent by Amazon to ARC (an Amazon Associate) at no cost to yourself. Here is how to do this: Go to www.arclaw.org, and click on one of the top two book icons on the right side of the page. This will take you to Amazon; you should see a URL ending in arc-20. You can then log in, can even use a shopping cart that you filled up previously, and your purchase will help protect babies.

Steven Svoboda
Executive Director
Attorneys for the Rights of the Child

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