Legalizing Misandry: From Public Shame to Systemic Discrimination Against Men
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Mar 21, 2006 - Social Science - 672 pages
Lurid and sensationalized events such as the public response to Lorena Bobbitt after she cut off her abusive husband's penis, prurient fascination provoked by Anita Hill's allegations about Clarence Thomas, and the exploitation of the mass murder of fourteen women in Montreal have been processed through popular culture since the 1990s to produce pervasive misandry - contempt for men, the counterpart of misogyny.
Other editions - View all
abuse academic According accused action actually American argued assault Association authors become believe boys called Canada Canadian chapter child child support claim connection considered course Court create crime culture custody defined discrimination discuss domestic effect equality evidence fact fathers federal female feminism feminists forms Gender given groups human ideological important interest involved Justice kind least less lives male matter means merely misogyny moral moreover mothers never parents political popular pornography position present problem programs promote protect question rape reason refers response result rhetoric sense sexual harassment social society specifically statistics status studies surely theory thing tion true United University victims violence visited woman women women’s studies writes York