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Heart of Maleness: Deconstructing Gender Inequality

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In this timely, self-reflective essay, a groundbreaking sociologist and philosopher examines the underlying causes of gender inequality and how we can fight against it.

Following the shocking, infuriating accounts shared as part of the #MeToo movement, Raphaël Liogier felt compelled to apply his academic expertise to shed light on the roots of gender inequality and its many
Paperback, 112 pages
Expected publication: January 28th 2020 by Other Press
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Geoffrey Fox
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This little essay I hope many men will read, especially if you have been skeptical or puzzled by the vehemence of the MeToo movement. Liogier says he wrote it because he was "aghast" (his word) at some of the things that came out in the trials of his countryman, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and of Weinstein, and revelations about Trump and his closest buddies' abuses of women, just because they could. And probably because, as he tells us, he has a teenage daughter. He wrote it to cure his own ...more
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