Manhood After Feminism
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About the author
Michael Segell wrote the popular column "The Male Mind" for Esquire, where he was a contributing editor. Twice nominated for National Magazine Awards, he has contributed to a wide variety of publications, including Rolling Stone, Time, Sports Illustrated, and The New York Times. Currently a columnist for MSNBC and the New York Daily News, he lives with his wife and their children in New York.
From the Hardcover edition.
In the press
"Masterly, insightful, informative . . . Like few other books on the subject
of gender and the relationship between the sexes, this was a book that I simply couldn't put down. When I finished laughing, it helped me become a better husband and father and, ultimately, a better man."
--Rabbi Shmuley Boteach,
author of Kosher Sex and Dating Secrets of the Ten Commandments
"A fascinating, remarkably touching study of male behavior."
"In prose both racy and probing, he goes beyond the question of what women want, he asks what men can become."
--New York Daily News
From the Trade Paperback edition.