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"From sexist ads to honor killings, there are seventy-plus feminist issues explained in The Guy's Guide to Feminism--a relevant, inclusive, funny, and straight-to-the-point explanation of how and why feminism improves life for the male half the the world, too." —Gloria Steinem

"The Michael K's have created an admirably accessible guide for guys to understand and embrace the other (often more incendiary) F-word. And it's even funny. Quite remarkable. Everyone knows feminists have no sense of humor!" —Jian Ghomeshi, host of Q on CBC radio and TV

"The Guy's Guide to Feminism is the book for guys on how to be more authentic and fight for a more just world." —Courtney Martin, editor of Feministing.com

"Feminism touches everyone, everyday. Kaufman and Kimmel guide us through a conversation that is imperative in our society—and they do it with clarity and humor." —Don McPherson, College Football Hall of Fame Quarterback, now social educator

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 14. August 2016
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I bought this for my boyfriend and he really liked it!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Funny Feminist Textbook 27. Oktober 2015
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As a man who is inexperienced when it comes to feminism, the Guy’s Guide to Feminism was a great read for me. It gave me a great overview of just about every feminism issue that I could imagine thinking about. At the same time it wasn’t too much for me to handle in terms of context and material. The way it was presented, in small 1-2 page mini sections, help me get a base of knowledge and interest in every issue that was talked about. As a text for an uneducated, male member of the feminist community this text is a great intro for me, but anyone who has an average or better knowledge of the topic should look to a more in-depth text.

The book was very engaging and lots of humor including many skits of easily relatable people having conversations or attempting to complete a task. Many times the book makes you think because it won’t tell what a certain section in the book and you yourself have to use context clues to determine the meaning. The book’s style, while coming with it’s own set of negatives, does make it a very easy, quick read for anyone who is looking to get educated on feminism.

While the book’s style accomplishes it’s purpose, it really takes away the overall connection in this book. There was never a ‘WOW’ moment for me where something really connected with me or a point where I thought to myself that I could never put the book down. As with most books written in this style there were a few sections that I really didn’t understand or connect with.

Overall I was very happy with the information, humor, and quality of this book. It gave me a great overview of what to expect from feminism. If I was any more educated than I already am, this book would have been very boring. It doesn’t have much wow factor and in my opinion is similar to an extra funny textbook on feminism. If you are a hardcore feminist look elsewhere, but if you are uneducated and are looking to get your feet wet, this is the book for you.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen ... Kaufman and Michael Kimmel presents the readers with a nice overview of many topics that contribute to feminism 25. Oktober 2015
Von Leslie Corbitt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The Guides Guide to Feminism by Michael Kaufman and Michael Kimmel presents the readers with a nice overview of many topics that contribute to feminism. The text is split up into many sections each focusing around a topic. The authors use this technique to provide the readers with a quick outline of many positive and negative issues about feminism. This text is a great book if you are interested in getting a general idea of what feminism is and how it impacts society. The ideas are presented in a creative and sometimes funny manner, to keep the book light hearted. The book was written to target male readers, hoping to shed light on what feminism really is rather then the stereotype that feminism is made out to be. Even though the target audience was meant to be the male population, this book is also a great read for females. If you are interested in researching deeper into a certain issue on feminism this may not be the best book for you since it just gives a general idea of the issues. However, I do believe it presents readers with a lot of great information. I personally enjoyed reading this book; it provided me with a lot of information as to what feminism is. It also discussed a number of topics I was not aware of, opening my eyes to new outlooks on certain situations. I would defiantly suggest this book to both male and females if you are interested in learning more about feminism and how it has impacted society.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Great Read for an Introduction to Feminism 26. Oktober 2015
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The Guys Guide to Feminism by Michael Kaufman and Michael Kimmel provides readers with an introduction to many feminist ideas and issues. It gives an overview of multiple topics in a dictionary setup. The authors do a good job of making it relate-able and keeping things interesting. The Michael Ks bring a creative aspect to their writing and present these sometimes touchy subjects in a light manor making it easier for the audience to read. The Guys Guide is a great piece for those that want to learn about what feminism is and why it is important in our society. However, I would not recommend this book for those that already know the basics and want to look further into feminist issues. While many of the sections are pretty broad and filled with general information, some provide a different outlook on things that will make you think deeper about certain subjects. It truly is a great read for men that are trying to understand a women's viewpoint a little better and help them to understand why it is important for men to join women as an ally in the fight for gender equality. No worries, I also recommend this read for women looking to learn the basics about feminism. It is an overall quick, good, easy, enlightening read.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen More of a dictionary than a book 21. Februar 2014
Von Claymon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book, organized like a dictionary, exposes a lot of the things that are good and bad about feminism; especially for a male that is capable of thinking for himself. I give the book three stars because it was a good read, even though about three fifths of the book is garbage. A lot of the sections were cleverly disguised rants. Seriously, those three fifths of garbage are supposed to be funny but often assume that males are ignorant, sexist, and unaware of any inequalities that exist in this world. A sports theme in a book about equality and gender roles that is targeting males is silly. It makes me wonder if the authors were just trying to sell more books by buying into the stereotyping that is discouraged within its pages. Hmmmmm.....The book is also written from a perspective that sees women as the victim on every single topic. A little more effort and discussion into the issues would have been appreciated. The other two fifths of the book actually provide valuable insights into the history of the treatment of women in society. Unfortunately problems of the past are used to fight a modern battle here. The authors don't cite any of their informational sources (pretty much only credit photos used) so guys, you're expected to blindly trust their PHDs and resumes. (You trust everything your professors have ever told you about social issues right?). I'm giving the book three stars because it was so full of garbage that it inspired me to further educate myself about social issues.

Bottom Line: The book contains a ton of silly garbage, however if you can look past the piles of trash located in its pages, it is a great book for somebody who wants to get a better understanding of what feminism is, where it came from, and other social issues related to sex, gender, and skin color.
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