Warren Farrell (pictured), the ideological wellspring of the men's and fathers' movement, just sent out an interesting letter he received from one of his readers. The reader, Mark, writes: "Dear Dr. Farrell, "I have been prohibited from quoting your book in a University of Massachusetts classroom. The class is titled, 'Women in Psychology.' The class actually teaches feminism. The class was told that your book is a compilation of lies, and your theories do not deserve to be addressed. Furthermore, I may not cite your book in any research papers. "I wrote you to ask your advice on how to handle this situation. You have undoubtedly come across this before. I would hope you could share a few ideas on how I could handle myself in such a hostile environment." Imagine that--a Massachusetts university professor banning a men's movement text--unbelievable, but totally believable... Warren's new book Does Feminism Discriminate Against Men? was recently reviewed in the Canadian National Post here.
Glenn Sacks, MA for Fathers & Families