Why Men Don’t Iron is an eye-opening, mind-blowing book on how the major sex differences in our brains impact on our daily lives and behaviour.
Men are not women and yet for the last decade have been told to get in touch with the feminine side of their nature. Men have in fact been told to connect to parts of their brain that do not exist. So what are the essential, unique qualities of men?
In a time when the debate on the ‘feminisation of education’ and the nanny state, ‘the feminisation of the state’, is just beginning, this book is timely and highly controversial.From the Back Cover:
Why are men at the moment in trouble? Boys are failing at school, men are unable to get jobs, males feel redundant among women.
In this stimulating, provocative book, Anne and Bill Moir show that the efforts to decrease the gender gap and the increasing feminization of society, of food, and education, all are detrimental to men.
Lively, funny, controversial, based on the most recent research, 'Why Men Don’t Iron' is a book about men, but it is also about women. It is a real contribution to life beyond the battle of words on gender.
“A provocative book on the gender gap that reveals the scientific evidence that proves that the sexes really are different.”
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Descripción Harper Collins, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. 318pp, new softbak ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Nº de ref. de la librería 57541
Descripción HARPERCOLLINS, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0006531008