Psychology Today interview of Warren Farrell by Marty Nemko super. From male disposability to pay gap and solutions to campus rape.
Men's Rights Movement Sees Resurgence Among Millennial Males, profiling Warren Farrell and the Boy Crisis, in the Huffington Post
“A bombshell... Forces us to see our everyday world from a fresh perspective.”
--Camille Paglia, The Washington Post
Kirkus Reviews (starred review): "Explosive... armed with hundreds of thoroughly documented statistics and legal citings... its very provocativeness may well make it the hottest men's book since Iron John."
“Intellectual dynamite... Warren Farrell continues to open genuine communication between the sexes.”
--Tony Robbins, bestselling author of Awaken the Giant Within
"Read The Myth of Male Power if you truly want to understand the man you hold dear. It is a rock solid and authentic decimation of the myth of male advantage that sweeps aside stereotyped assumptions to uncover a deper and truer truth."
--Susan Deitz, nationally syndicated columnist, Los Angeles Times
"Beg, borrow, or steal to get The Myth of Male Power. This book is vital for every woman and man--but especially for every man. I was amazed at how many myths about women and men I bought into until I read The Myth of Male Power."
--David Horowitz, Second Thoughts, National Public Radio
“Every few decades, a book comes along that so shatters and rearranges our way of seeing the world that it gives us a kind of ideational vertigo. Such a book is Warren Farrell’s The Myth of Male Power. There are little bombshells on every page. Our view of men and women throughout history and in our current society will never be the same.”
--Howard M. Halpern, Ph.D., past president of the American Academy of Psychotherapists; author of How to Break Your Addiction to a Person
“If you can imagine Sherlock Holmes investigating men and women and presenting his arguments with the clarity of a Perry Mason, the political irreverence of a Camille Paglia, and the compassion of a therapist, you have an image of The Myth of Male Power. There is no more brilliant and original book ever written on men, or on how we can move from gender war to gender love.”
--Bob Berkowitz, The Today Show.
“I cannot think of another book I have read in the past decade that has stimulated a comparable amount of new thinking in me... It is one of the most challenging, stimulating (and mind-blowing) books I have ever read.”
--Nathaniel Branden, Ph.D., author of The Psychology of Self-Esteem
"Every few decades, a book comes along that so shaters and rearranges our way of seeing the world that it gives us a kind of ideational vertigo. Such a book is Warren Farrell's The Myth of Male Power. There are little bombshells on every page. Our view of men and women throughout history and in our current society will never be the same."
--Howard M. Halpern, Ph.D., past president, American Academy of Psychotherapists; author of How to Break Your Addiction to a Person