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Title:
Sex matters : how modern feminism lost touch with science, love, and common sense
ISBN:
9780451498397
Physical Description:
xxiii, 295 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents:
Introduction: At what price? -- The feminist mistake. The first wave you've never heard of ; The second wave's historical revisionism ; The first feminist blockbuster ; The sexual revolutionaries ; Pre- and extramarital sex goes mainstream ; The dead hands of Marx and Freud ; Schisms ; Regrets -- Vive la difference. Sugar and spice ; Gender -- Severing bonds -- Hookup culture. Booze ; Bring back the date -- The campus rape mess. The campus rape industrial complex ; Star chambers ; Victim blaming ; The elusive numbers ; Crimes ; Sexual assault is not a myth ; Believing victims ; Something is very wrong: it must be men -- Family. Toxic masculinity ; A nostalgia trap? ; The ghost of the Moynihan report ; A happiness gap ; Sex wars ; Baby carriage before marriage ; Lost men ; How do you know it's marriage? ; About that clock -- Having it all. Motherhood is not oppression ; Social engineers strike out ; The mommy track ; Human flourishing.
Summary:
A popular columnist and New York Times best-selling author of Useful Idiots discusses how the modern and aggressive feminist agenda has left women unhappier in both their home and work lives.
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