Recommended books

The following books might be of interest to anyone with an interest in exploring gender-related issues, and feminism in particular. Please let us know of any books which you think might usefully be added to the list.

Adams, Steven (2010), Women First, Men Last (Kindle).

Baby, Zero (2022), The Whitechapel Murders 1888: and the Myth of the Disappearing Man (Orchid Eater).

Baron-Cohen, Simon (2003), The Essential Difference (London: Allen Lane).

Barrett, Louise, and Dunbar, Robin, and Lycett, John (2002), Human Evolutionary Psychology (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave).

Baumeister, Roy (2010), Is There Anything Good About Men? How Cultures Flourish by Exploiting Men (Kindle).

Bax, Ernest Belfort (1913), The Fraud of Feminism – downloadable at no cost through this link.

Benatar, David (2012), The Second Sexism: Discrimination Against Men and Boys (John Wiley & Sons).

Brizendine, Louann (2007), The Female Brain (London: Bantam Press).

Brooks-Gordon, Belinda (2006), The Price of Sex: Prostitution, Policy and Society (Willan).

Browne, Anthony (2006), The Retreat of Reason: Political Correctness and the Corruption of Public Debate in Modern Britain (London: Civitas).

Buchanan, Mike (2009), The Marriage Delusion: The Fraud of the Rings? (London: LPS publishing).

Buchanan, Mike (2010), David and Goliatha: David Cameron – heir to Harman? (London: LPS publishing).

Buchanan, Mike (2011), The Glass Ceiling Delusion: the real reasons more women don’t reach senior positions (London: LPS publishing).

Buchanan, Mike (2012), Feminism: The Ugly Truth (London: LPS publishing).

Buchanan, Mike (2015), 2015 General Election Manifesto (London: LPS publishing).

Cleary, Mary T (2015), That Bitch: protect yourself against women with malicious intent (Centre Publishing).

Cook, Philip W (2009), Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence (USA: Praeger).

Cook, Philip W, and Hodo, Tammy L (2013) When Women Sexually Assault Men: The Hidden Side of Rape, Harassment, and Sexual Assault (USA: Praeger).

Cooper, Joel (2007), Cognitive Dissonance: Fifty Years of a Classic Theory (London: Sage Publications).

Crawford, Edith (2006), Truth and Prejudice: Men’s Experiences of Domestic Violence (AuthorHouse).

Dench, Geoff (1998), Transforming Men: Changing Patterns of Dependency and Dominance in Gender Relations (Transaction Publishers).

Elliott, Michele (1994), Female Sexual Abuse of Children (Guilford Press).

Farrell, Warren (1993), The Myth of Male Power: Why Men Are The Disposable Sex (Simon & Schuster).

Farrell, Warren (2005), Why Men Earn More: The Startling Truth Behind The Pay Gap And What Women Can Do About It (Amacom).

Fiamengo, Professor Janice (2018), Daughters of Feminism: Women Supporting Men’s Equality (Take2Now, Ottawa).

Fiamengo, Professor Janice (2018), Sons of Feminism: Men Have Their Say (Little Nightingale Press, Ottawa).

Freedman, Estelle (2013), Redefining Rape: Sexual Violence in the Era of Suffrage and Segregation (Harvard University Press).

Golden, Tom (2014), Swallowed by a Snake: The Gift of the Masculine Side of Healing

Golden, Tom (2000), The Way Men Heal (2014) (GH Publishing, LLC).

Goodwin, Matthew (2023), Values, Voice and Virtue: The New British Politics (Penguin).

Graglia, F Carolyn (1998), Domestic Tranquility: A Brief Against Feminism (Spence Publishing).

Gress, Carrie (2023), The End of Woman: How Smashing the Patriarchy Has Destroyed Us (Regnery Publishing).

Hitchens, Peter (2009), How British Politics Lost Its Way (London, New York: Continuum Publishing).

Hitchens, Peter (2010), The Cameron Delusion (London, New York: Continuum Publishing).

(The Cameron Delusion is an updated edition of The Broken Compass).

James, Oliver (1998), Britain on the Couch: why we are unhappier than we were in the 1950s – despite being richer. A treatment for the low-serotonin society (London: Arrow).

Jones, January (2008), Thou Shalt Not Whine: The Eleventh Commandment (Beaufort Books).

Langford, Nick (2014), An Exercise in Utter Futility: whatever happened to family justice? (Nick Langford).

Lyndon, Neil (1992), No More Sex War: The Failures of Feminism (Sinclair-Stevenson).

(We particularly recommend the following title by Neil Lyndon, which contains the full and uncensored text of No More Sex War.)

Lyndon, Neil (2014), Sexual Impolitics: Heresies on sex, gender and feminism (Kindle).

McCain, Robert Stacy (2015), Sex Trouble: Essays on Radical Feminism and the War Against Human Nature (CreateSpace).

McGovern, Vincent (2021), The War on Dads and Children: how to fight it, and win (London: Grosvenor House).

Moir, Anne, and Moir, Bill (1998), Why Men Don’t Iron: The Real Science of Gender Studies (London: HarperCollins).

Moore, Charles (2013), Margaret Thatcher: The Authorized Biography. Volume One – Not  for Turning (London: Allen Lane).

Moore, E.M. (2008), A Call for InJustice: Domestic Violence Against Men (AuthorHouse).

Moxon, Steve (2008), The Woman Racket (Exeter: Imprint Academic).

Nathanson, Paul, and Katherine K Young (2002), Spreading Misandry: The Teaching of Contempt for Men in Popular Culture (Montreal / Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press).

Nathanson, Paul, and Katherine K Young (2006), Legalizing Misandry: From Public Shame to Systemic Discrimination Against Men (Montreal / Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press).

Nathanson, Paul, and Katherine K Young (2009), Sanctifying Misandry: Goddess Ideology and the Fall of Man (Montreal / Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press).

O’Beirne, Kate (2005), Women Who Make The World Worse (New York: Sentinel HC).

O’Pie, Swayne (2011), Why Britain Hates Men: Exposing Feminism (Bath: The Men’s Press). The book is available in ebook editions, and outside the UK in a paperback edition, with the title Exposing Feminism: The Thirty Years’ War Against Men (2012).

Ofshe, Richard, and Watters, Ethan (1995), Making Monsters: False Memories, Psychotherapy and Sexual Hysteria (Andre Deutsch).

Parker, Kathleen (2010), Save the Males: Why Men Matter, Why Women Should Care (Random House).

Patai, Daphne (1998), Heterophobia: Sexual Harassment and the Future of Feminism (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield).

Patai, Daphne, and Koertge, Noretta (2003), Professing Feminism (Plymouth: Lexington Books).

Pinker, Steven (2003), The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature (London: Penguin).

Pinker, Susan (2008), The Sexual Paradox: Men, Women, and the Real Gender Gap (New York: Scribner).

Pizzey, Erin, and Shapiro, Jeff (1982), Prone to Violence (London: Hamlyn Publishers).

Pizzey, Erin (1983), Scream Quietly or the Neighbours Will Hear (London: Penguin).

Pizzey, Erin (2011), This Way to the Revolution: A Memoir (London: Peter Owen Publishers).

Saunders, Peter (2011), The Rise of the Equalities Industry (London: Civitas).

Sax, Leonard (2006), Why Gender Matters: What Parents and Teachers Need To Know About The Emerging Science Of Sex Differences (New York: Three Rivers Press).

Schlafly, Phyllis (2003), Feminist Fantasies (Spence Publishing).

Smith, Helen (2013), Men on Strike: Why Men are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream, and Why it Matters (USA: Encounter Books).

Snowdon, Christopher (2010), The Spirit Level Delusion: Fact-checking the Left’s new theory of everything (London: Democracy Institute).

Sommers, Christina Hoff (1994), Who Stole Feminism? How Women Have Betrayed Women (New York: Simon & Schuster).

Sommers, Christina Hoff (2001), The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men (New York: Simon & Schuster).

Stolba, Christine (2002), Lying in a Room of One’s Own: How Women’s Studies Textbooks Miseducate Students (Independent Women’s Forum). Free to download here.

Swaab, Dick (2014), We Are Our Brains: From the Womb to Alzheimer’s (Allen Lane).

Tate, JP (2014), Feminism is Sexism (Kindle).

Venker, Suzanne, and Schlafly, Phyllis (2011), The Flipside of Feminism – What Conservative Women Know, And Men Can’t Say (Washington: WND Books).

Venker, Suzanne (2013), How to Choose a Husband: And Make Peace with Marriage (Washington: WND Books)

Venker, Suzanne (2013), The War on Men (Kindle)

Vilar, Esther (2008), The Manipulated Man (Germany: C Bertelsman Verlag) – this is the third edition of a remarkable book first published in 1971.

Wadham, Lucy (2009), The Secret Life of France (London: Faber & Faber).

Weldon, Fay (2006), What Makes Women Happy (London: HarperCollins).

Weissman, Myrna, and Paykel, E.S. (1974), Depressed Woman: Study of Social Relationships (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).

Wright, Peter, and Elam, Paul (2014), Go Your Own Way: Understanding MGTOW (AVFM Press).

Zubaty, Rich (1994), Surviving the Feminization of America: How to Keep Women From Ruining Your Life (Zubaty Publishing).

Zubaty, Rich (2001), What Men Know That Women Don’t: How to Love Women Without Losing Your Soul ( Publishing).

3 thoughts on “Recommended books

  1. Hi Mike,

    Thanks for this list, there are some real gems in there.

    Coincidently, I’ve just been reading your book “Feminism the Ugly Truth” on kindle, and I can’t sing its praises highly enough.

    It does a fantastic job of exposing the truly evil nature of modern day feminism, as well as the tremendous harm it is doing to Men, boys, the family unit and the cohesion of society as a whole.

    Many many thanks for taking the time and effort to articulate what many of us have been thinking for many years now.

    Mike, I am really interested in purchasing a dozen or so “hard copies” of this book, as I have quite a few male and female friends that need to be made aware of the increasingly vicious, anti-male, feminist contrived, gender war that is unnecessarily driving a wedge between the sexes.

    I say “hard copies” because in my opinion, there is something about a real life book that gives gravitas to any subject, but particularly a subject that is being wilfully ignored or misrepresented by the establishment media. So I would be most grateful if you could let me know how I can obtain hard copies and I f it’s not in publication at the moment when it is likely to become available?

    btw. I know that there has been some criticism of the cover, but I couldn’t disagree more. The cover is inspirational, and perfectly illustrates pictorially, the innate nastiness that lies behind this insidious movement.

    Well done Mike, and all the best.

    David Power.

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