The pioneering work of Rich Zubaty, What Men Know That Women Don't, debunks the baselessness of and hysteria behind feminist ideology, and provides glaring evidence that we live in a matriarchy, not a patriarchy - where women's ideas, perceptions and methodologies prevail. It examines the vast differences between men and women through their physiological, psychological and social dimensions - and does it in a refreshingly humorous way. Above all, it provides a close look at who benefits from feminism. (Women is it? Think again.) This is the THE book for men of all age groups and all backgrounds.
The latter half of the last century taught us to forget we're men, and the last couple of decades to be downright ashamed of it. Turn on the telly to watch a political discussion or a sitcom. Or open up a newspaper. Men at best just don't exist. And at worst they're monsters that children and women should steer away from. Indeed, men themselves are being manipulated every day by the media to look down and frown upon other men. Step out onto the pavement and you've done something wrong just because your voice is deep. Our political representatives can't even bring themselves to propose any male-centred policies. Either we're "people" or we're "women".
Zubaty answers all these issues and even goes so far as to propose a stunning alternative. This classic book has helped trailblaze the way out of the jungle of female deceptions and distortions. An essential read for all men.