Why Men Are the Way They Are: The Male-Female Dynamic

Why Men Are the Way They Are: The Male-Female Dynamic cover
Warren Farrell Ph.D.(Author)
 
Publisher : McGraw-Hill
Publication date: Sep. 01, 1986
Hardcover - 403 pages

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 In analyzing the nature and attitudes of men, psychologist-sociologist Farrell, airs women's grievances against men and sets out to explain men to both women and to men themselves. Taking into account that feminism has altered the dynamic between the sexes, Farrell claims that in their relationships both sexes would like to "have it all," but that their realities and fantasies diverge widely fantasies that, he contends, are exploited by advertising, magazines, romance novels, movies and TV, working at both conscious and unconscious levels. These media intensify men's compulsion to perform in sports, at sex and on the job, often masking deep insecurity and vulnerability,