“What Men Want to Say to Women (But Can't) serves as a wake-up call for women to finally understand men. It blows the lid off the lies Americans have been sold about men and masculinity and helps modern women feel the kind of compassion and respect for men that most Americans used to share. Denise McAllister is a bold writer, which is precisely what this subject needs.”—Suzanne Venker, Author of The Alpha Female’s Guide to Men & Marriage
No matter one’s political persuasion, most of us agree there’s something deeply wrong in America today. Conflict has reached a fever pitch as our nation has become alarmingly polarized in the political arena. Many look to politicians and public policies for solutions, but journalist Andrew Breitbart rightly said that politics couldn’t be fixed if culture is ignored, because “politics is downstream from culture.” McAllister would take this observation a step further—politics might be downstream from culture, but culture is downstream from relationships. If we don’t focus on the personal building blocks of society, we will fail to fix problems in culture and the politics that flow from it. If relationships are sick or broken—especially those between men and women—then everything else is affected. If there’s little love, respect, and trust there, you won’t find it anywhere else.
Men are tired of being dumped on. They have a lot to say to women about sex, equality in the workplace, raising boys, and the lie of “toxic masculinity,” but modern feminism and a politically correct culture have silenced them. This “war on men” has disrupted relationships and caused men to question their place in American society. “Misogyny,” “male privilege,” and “the Patriarchy” are buzzwords that shut men down. Some are so frustrated they’ve given up entirely—“Who needs women if all they’re going to do is use you and treat you like garbage?”
Anger, separation, and simply giving up aren't solutions to a festering problem. Instead, we need to heal relationships by learning to respect the designed purposes of masculinity and femininity. For this to happen, women will need to hear some hard truths about themselves and those they love. In What Men Want to Say to Women (But Can’t), cultural commentator and New York Times bestselling author Denise McAllister speaks to women on men’s behalf—exposing the lies of modern feminism and offering insights on how to rebuild broken relationships in the workplace, at home, and in the bedroom.
Here’s a sneak peek at a few things men would like to say to women, but can’t:
•“When I look at your cleavage, it doesn’t mean I want to rape you.”
•“Stop complaining about equal pay when you don’t do equal work.”
•“Children need their father—stop shutting men out of the picture because you think you do everything better.”
•“I will teach my son to compete—now go toss that participation trophy in the trash!”
“A triumph of compassion, insight, and good sense. Denise McAllister doesn’t just want to fix how men and women talk to each other. She wants to heal a fraying holy sacrament. Read this book to save your marriage—or to find one.” —Milo Yiannopoulos