Many commentators view the 'male crisis' that besets the English-speaking world - men's educational failure, social apathy and political alienation - as a by-product of modern feminism. However, 'Havok' argues that the English-speaking countries harbor a deep hostility to men that is centuries old. The puritanical religious culture that emerged in England during the Seventeenth Century stigmatized men as sexual beings. This anti-male agenda persists today in education, law and the 'mainstream' media. Far from being a 'revolutionary' movement, Anglo-American feminism reprises the oldest themes of English-speaking civilization - sexual repression, a distrust of visual beauty and misandry, the hatred of men.
If you have ever wondered why Anglo-American feminists and their conservative 'opponents' sound exactly the same, or why the American media vilifies men as 'morons' and 'losers', this book is for you.
The book can be bought here. All proceeds will go to expanding the Anglo-American men's movement.