Five Out of Ten Prefer Misogyny: Or, in a University Far, Far Away

  • Title: Five Out of Ten Prefer Misogyny: Or, in a University Far, Far Away
  • Author: James McLachlan
  • ISBN: 9781534995550
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Five Out of Ten Prefer Misogyny Or in a University Far Far Away Emma and John are two first year students trying to find their place in the confusing world of post feminist university When the unthinkable keeps happening on campus they are asked again and again t
    Emma and John are two first year students trying to find their place in the confusing world of post feminist university When the unthinkable keeps happening on campus, they are asked again and again to make moral judgements But do they really have a choice Come on a rollicking ride through the controversial and often shocking world of feminism and the men s rights movemEmma and John are two first year students trying to find their place in the confusing world of post feminist university When the unthinkable keeps happening on campus, they are asked again and again to make moral judgements But do they really have a choice Come on a rollicking ride through the controversial and often shocking world of feminism and the men s rights movement, where everyone has an opinion about everything and the ideology that they are never wrong to back them up You ll laugh, you ll cry, you ll probably become highly suspicious of the opposite sex.

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    1. A very rare thing, these days - a dialectical novel. Lots of effort went into writing this, but the moderate middle ground the book occupies (which would have found a wide audience c.2013) is gone. The world is now divided between the evil globalist left, and those who think that feminists and other anti-Whites should (at best) be horse-whipped and ducked in the village pond.

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