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- ISBN-13: 9781925642650
Imprint: WILKINSON PUBLISHING
- Author: Arndt, Bettina
- Price: AUD 29.99
- Stock: 154 in stock
- Availability: Order will be despatched as soon as possible.
- Local release date: 01/12/2018
- Format: Paperback (210mm X 138mm) 384 pages Weight: 420g
- Categories: Reportage & collected journalism [DNJ]Society & social sciences [J]Society & culture: general [JF]Gender studies, gender groups [JFSJ]Psychology of gender [JMG]
Bettina Arndt is a rare public voice speaking on behalf of men – and the women who love them.
This respected social commentator is renowned for tackling unmentionable topics. Having completed her Master of Clinical Psychology degree, Bettina started her career as one of Australia’s first sex therapists but quickly moved into working in the media to break down taboos about talking about sex. Now it is men’s lives we aren’t allowed to speak about – the very real problems confronting men and boys in our male-bashing society. #MenToo breaks the silence about what it means to be a man in Australia today. For decades Bettina has been telling it how it is. She writes about sex-starved husbands, the politics of cleavage, fathers losing contact with children after divorce, false domestic violence allegations, men’s soaring suicide rates, the scary grip of feminism.
Bettina Arndt trained as a clinical psychologist before becoming well known as one of Australia’s first sex therapists. She then became a respected social commentator appearing regularly on television and radio and writing about gender issues. She’s now making YouTube videos campaigning to end the demonisation of men. She is the author of The Sex Diaries (2009) and What Men Want in Bed (2012).
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