Preface Introduction - Exposing Feminism: A Brief Against Feminism Part One - Spreading Misandry 1. Cultural Misandry: The Widespread Disrespect for Men Part Two - What is Feminism? 2. Why Would Anyone Want to Disagree with Feminism? 3. Feminism's Devil Weapon 4. Jack and Jill are the Same: Except Where Jill's Better 5. Ms Marx and Her Brothers 6. The Power of Lesbian Feminism 7. So What Happened to Equality Feminism? 8. The Suffragettes: Early Man-Hating Feminists Part Three - What is a Feminist? 9. Who Are These Women Who Make the World Worse for Men? 10. Is There a Feminist 'Personality'? 11. Anger and Rage: A Feminist Neurosis or Strategy? Or Both? 12. Is There a Feminist 'Pathology'? 13. Terrible as an Army with Banners 14. Everywoman, Feminism and Misandry Part Four - The Feminist Fraud 15. For Feminism Success Will Never be Enough: 'Forever' Feminism 16. How Feminism Creates Issues 'from Nothing' 17. Everyday Scatter-Gun 'Issues' 18. Feminism's Grievance Gravy-Train Industries 19. A Typical Feminist Grievance Factory 20. Feminism and Women's Choices 21. Women Choose to Marry and be the Primary Parent 22. Women Choose to Study the Arts and Humanities 23. Women Choose to be Feminine and to be Seen as Sex Objects 24. Women Choose to be Involved in Pornography 25. Women Choose to Become Prostitutes 26. Women Choose Lower Pay and Lower Status 27. Women's Work Ethic and Choice of Options 28. Women Choose a Healthy Work-Life Balance 29. Women Chose to Take Career Breaks 30. Women Choose to Work Fewer Hours: And Fewer Unsocial Hours 31. Women Choose to Work in Fulfilling Jobs 32. Women Choose to Avoid Stressful Work 33. Women Choose to Avoid Promotion 34. Women Choose 'Women's Work' 35. Women Choose to Avoid 'Men's Work': The Unhealthy and Dangerous Jobs 36. The Pay-Off for the Pay and Promotion Gap 37. Feminism Changes the Rules: 'Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value' 38. Equality of Outcome 39. Top Jobs for the Sisters: Can Positive Discrimination be Justified? 40. How and Why Feminism Exaggerates Issues 41. Trafficked Women 42. Sexual Harassment 43. Domestic Violence 44. Rape 45. Cheating and Lying: The Dishonesty of Feminist 'Research' 46. Choosing to Cheat 47. Ethics, Propaganda and Feminist 'Research' 48. The Media and Feminist 'Research' 49. Universities, Social Policy and Feminist 'Research' 50. Examples of Feminism's Dishonest 'Research' 51. Housework: Do Women Work Harder than Men? 52. 'Daddy Doesn't Really Love You - He Only Wants to Bully Mummy' 53. Feminists are Allowed to Cheat and Lie Because they are 'Special People' Conclusion - Exposing Feminism: A Second Brief Against Feminism
Swayne O'Pie is a British writer, formerly a socialist, and he's decidedly not a misogynistic, unreconstructed male. In 1989, after 22 years in education, he became a single parent, looking after his three children. During the 1970s he worked enthusiastically for Equality Feminism and still passionately believes in its principles of equal rights, equal opportunities, equal respect, equal treatment and equal choices for women. But, he argues, this is not the Feminism that exists in Britain today. Already holding two bachelor degrees, in 1995/6 O'Pie took a Master's degree in Gender and Social Policy. Studying for a second Master's degree in Gender and Education, he was elected student Equal Opportunities Officer for 2004/5. O'Pie has produced research for Bob Geldof's literary and documentary work on equality for fathers, and for his discussions with ministers. He's been a member of three American Men's Equality Groups, and even though he had been a single parent he became an active member of the campaigning group Fathers 4 Justice.
'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 than Swayne O'Pie. 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 sexual politics