Author: Warren Farrell

Warren Farrell is the author (with John Gray) of the just-published The Boy Crisis. The Financial Times lists him as one of the world’s top 100 thought leaders. His books, published in 19 languages, include two award-winning international best-sellers, Why Men Are the Way They Are and The Myth of Male Power

Why Are So Many Campus Feminists Anti-Male?

In 1970, I was elected to the Board of Directors of the National Organization for Women in New York City. This quickly triggered invitations to speaking on campuses throughout the U.S.—from Yale to Harvard to Stanford. Each engagement led to an average of three more. However, after starting hundreds of men’s and women’s groups — […]

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Rigid Campus Feminism: Is It Forever?

Some 200 Canadian and American men’s activists will gather this Friday at the University of Toronto, where they will be met by angry feminists dedicated to tearing down their posters, heaping abuse on speakers, blockading events and denouncing police as “f—ing scum” if they try to restore order. At least that’s what happened last November […]

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The Chilly World of the Campus Male

Males are keenly aware that when they go to college they are entering a hostile environment. Freshman orientation alone has had a distinctively anti-male cast for years: heavy emphasis on date rape, stalking, unwanted sexual attention, and sexual harassment amount to an unmistakable message that males are patriarchal oppressors and potential sex criminals. The lesson […]

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