Gerard Casey: After #MeToo (Feminism, Patriarchy, Toxic Masculinity and Sundry Cultural Delights)

Gerard Casey, 68, is an Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at University College, Dublin. Imprint Academic – the same company which published Steve Moxon’s excellent book The Woman Racket (2008) – very recently published Gerard Casey’s book, After #MeToo: Feminism, Patriarchy, Toxic Masculinity and Sundry Cultural Delights (258pp, £14.95 from Amazon).

The book – which cites Moxon’s book frequently – is an absolute delight, and should be in every MRA’s library. The chapter titles provide a sense of the scope of the book:

Fun with Feminism
Women at Work
The Patriarchy
Toxic Masculinity or Why Can’t a Man be more like a Woman?
A Fate Worse than Death
A Presumption of Guilt

Perhaps surprisingly, the book is laugh-out-loud at times. It’s so refreshing to see a prominent academic willing to tell some awkward truths about men and women, often with humour. We’ve added it to our long list of recommended books.

I asked Gerard if we might have an extract from the chapter on #MeToo to share with our supporters, and he kindly provided three – here and here and here.

The good professor has kindly agreed to be interviewed by Elizabeth Hobson and I for our video series Gender Matters, currently on hold because of a technical issue. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we record and publish that video.

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