Quotes by: Warren Farrell
A woman with organizing skills can run a construction company without ever picking up a hammer and nail.
I found that women entrepreneurs earn 50% less than their male counterparts.
Boys with a 'failure to launch' are invisible to most girls. With poor social skills, the boys feel anger at their fear of being rejected and self-loathing at their inability to compete.
The male corporate model is built on a man's greater willingness to be a slave of sorts - especially once he has to provide for children.
While girls average a healthy five hours a week on video games, boys average 13. The problem? The brain chemistry of video games stimulates feel-good dopamine that builds motivation to win in a fantasy while starving the parts of the brain focused on real-world motivation.
Let's face it: men do a lot of things in the workplace that women just don't do.
In America and in most of the industrialized world, men are coming to be thought of by feminists in very much the same way that Jews were thought of by early Nazis. The comparison is overwhelmingly scary.
Because of the feminist perspective, we have gotten a view of the world that is distorted.
Men rarely worry about using or being used because all relationships work that way. A man perceives himself as owning and being owned by a woman. 'Use' is a dirty word only when there's an imbalance in the relationship.
The only men who aren't in fear of women's reactions are usually men who aren't born or who are dead.
Virtually every society that survived did so by socializing its sons to be disposable. Disposable in war; disposable in work. We need warriors and volunteer firefighters, so we label these men heroes.
Every movement has radicals. But the important thing is that the radicals are not the leaders.
For blacks in our society, victimization may be a true issue. But it isn't a true issue for women. Neither men nor women are victimized. The true issue, that I try to point out, is that both sexes suffer restricted roles.