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Sunday, June 16, 2013

Interviewing Helen Smith On:“Men on Strike: Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood,and the American Dream – and Why It Matters.”

Helen Smith is one of the best writers in the business about men’s rights issues and her new book, Men on Strike: Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream – and Why It Matters, is a must-read masterpiece on the subject.

My Friend John Hawkins had the opportunity to interview Dr. Smith. Here are some excerpts from the interview.

Helen Smith on feminism.
"I think feminism has done something wonderful themes for women, but at the same time what feminism has become is special privileges for women and more responsibilities for men. It’s just its unfair. I think people who believe that we can hold one gender down while elevating the other one are going to collapse our society at some point."
Helen Smith on why there are less men than women graduating from college.
And the schools are more oriented towards the way that girls learn and boys are sort of told to sit down, keep quiet, and read Toni Morrison. There are really just very few boys who are that interested in that type of situation, and these high schools are not geared towards boys. There are boys who fall through the cracks, don’t further their education and like you say, it’s a shame because those boys do tend to make less. They tend to end up in jail. They tend to just do worse in life in general and we in our society we say that those boys aren't important. I do want to point out that in addition to white boys, you’d think people of the liberal persuasion would at least care about the minority boys. But apparently that’s not even enough to get you any help.
Helen Smith on men being at the top of society.
We always think of men at the top, but actually that’s not really true. Men are at the top and they’re at the bottom and the thing is, a lot of times women tend to be in the middle. But what happens is women look up and they say, “Oh, a few men are at the top.” Well, like Scott Adams wrote in the Dilbert cartoons, “Those are other men.” The average man himself is looking around and saying, “You know what? I don’t have such a good deal anymore.” And we don’t know that they ever really did.
This Interview is a must will find the entire interview at John Hawkins website, Right Wing News just click here to read the entire interview.

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