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"Beasts of Prey" asserts that men cannot be bound in lengthy relationships for good without crossing the line from time to time. The writer refers to well established theories, social, and biological research on men's hormonal and psychological structures to show how men's inclination to have sex with multiple women outside their bonds is at the heart of the matter. "Beast"Beasts of Prey" asserts that men cannot be bound in lengthy relationships for good without crossing the line from time to time. The writer refers to well established theories, social, and biological research on men's hormonal and psychological structures to show how men's inclination to have sex with multiple women outside their bonds is at the heart of the matter. "Beasts of Prey" delves into the basics of males' cheating habits, tactics and schemes, and their sexual, social and cultural monopoly in the world. Following history of relationships from ancient times to the Internet revolution of our postmodern generation, "Beasts of Prey" exposes the stereotypes that lurk beneath the surface of male manipulated societies and their cultural taboos....

Title : Beasts of Prey: The Hard Truth about Men
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ISBN : 9781530264131
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 214 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Beasts of Prey: The Hard Truth about Men Reviews

  • Danielle
    2018-12-07 05:21

    I really hope this book was written with the goal of being satirical. While there are some humorous gems in here, the author's clear bias against the concept of marriage (while I agree that it is by no means a requirement for fulfillment in life, she outright calls it a "gross mistake" for women to make) and men in general, leaves the otherwise interesting statistics gathered by the author lacking credibility. This book is full of broad generalizations and evenly distributed sexism toward all parties. Lured in by the promise of science and history, I was excited to start this book. I read this at a rapid pace due to my building irritation at the accusations of the author as she berated men, fidelity and any sort of emotional attachment even resembling love, at every turn, vacillating between humor and apparent loathing. The worst part about this for me is that it IS well written. The author is clearly very intelligent, and she shares plenty of valid, well-researched points. But the shadow of her evident personal bitterness taints everything she has achieved here.

  • Breanda Shaw
    2018-11-22 04:21

    I can't say enough good things about this book! Fascinating, insightful and inspiring! One of the best books I've read!

  • Julie Dorr
    2018-12-10 07:13

    Author Oma Gadish’s Beast of Prey: The Hard Truth About Men is written with obvious knowledge on the subject. But what most struck me is that she most likely has a great deal of personal realization. This is based on the humorous anecdotes, which made me laugh often. What this book offers is an intelligent examination of what makes the opposite sex do the things they do. All the laughs are just the icing on the cake. I recommend this book on the days when you want to step away from the fiction isle.

  • Danny Baldwin
    2018-12-02 01:21

    Hilarious!! This book made me laugh and cheer! Gadish hits the nail square on the head with her humor and insight, a powerful must-read that leaves a long lasting impression.

  • Sunny Baker
    2018-12-06 02:58

    Thought provoking, inspiring, and empowering book! I could not put it down!

  • Ann Keller
    2018-11-27 04:08

    Written with intelligence and in a humorous style, Beasts of Prey: The Hard Truth About Men delightfully splashes historical female-male relationships against the canvas of our postmodern world. Few would deny that society has recently undergone major changes in the roles of men and women, both in and outside the home. In the past, men were recognized for their intellectual skills and often became scientists, inventors, philosophers, writers and engineers, while women were relegated to the province of the home and raising a family. Thankfully, this is no longer the case.How we deal with this evolution is the source of some debate. By their very nature, men may be hard-wired for the hunt. Women, on the other hand, not only embrace their more tender emotions, but are also sharp assessors and predictors of relationship success. This book is a well-written treatise which challenges the reader to assess his/her own relationships. Beasts of Prey and its successor, The Power of the Blonde: Cracking Down on Men’s Control, offer a new and refreshingly feministic point of view.

  • Andrea Jones
    2018-11-28 01:04

    I read first this sensational book, next downloaded her second one in a series, The Power of the Blonde: Cracking Down on Men's Control. These two are phenomenal and refreshing and must be read in succession.

  • Jesse Norman
    2018-11-11 05:16

    Captivating and insightful! Outstanding pop-philosophy with some fascinating observations about the everlasting clash between the genders. No matter if you are feminist or not, grab this book which can change the way you think about commitment in our world!

  • Leslie Stein
    2018-11-12 05:21

    A gem of a book that you owe to yourself, no matter if you consider yourself a feminist or not. This book and it's follow up, THE POWER OF THE BLONDE: CRACKING DOWN ON MEN'S CONTROL must be read one after the other! Subtle humor and powerful thesis.

  • Justin Hooper
    2018-12-02 01:21

    Very good bookThis is an extremely well written book that delivers a very interesting analysis. It is one of those books that you keep on your shelf and read from time to time. Orna Gadish obviously knows a thing or two about relationships. Recommended!

  • Alex
    2018-11-30 05:12

    How refreshing, funny and smart this book is! Took me 3 days from start to finish, and was thirsty for more!

  • Stephany Bonde
    2018-12-05 05:09

    This is probably the best woman empowerment book I've ever read! Women look no further, this is the read that will make you think twice about getting hitched!

  • Stephany Bonde
    2018-12-01 01:56

    This is probably the best woman empowerment book I've ever read! Women look no further, this is the read that will make you think twice about getting hitched!

  • Lauren
    2018-12-12 06:08

    Mind blowing read!

  • Brenda Spears
    2018-11-11 02:09

    Fantastic! This mind blowing book is guaranteed to trigger your thought.

  • James
    2018-11-25 23:21

    Interesting book, quality read for women and men.

  • Lisa
    2018-12-07 07:09

    What...the...heck.... seriously is this for real? This book reads like it's author is an angry 20 year old girl raised in the 60s who has had boy troubles all her life. Yes, men are biologically created to mate with as many women as possible. Yes women are sexually objectified, yes women should be independent financially and emotionally before getting involved with a man (or woman), however, the author vilifies men in her book, thereby making women victims. I have sons and daughters I need to educate and this is NOT the book to do it with. Both women and men are just beginning to understand their biological selves and their place in humanity. Male and female children must be taught from birth their uniqueness and learn to respect each other, how to work together, and love each other. This they learn from example and through trial and error throughout life. I am all for the hardcore truth and found the title of book aptly put from a biological standpoint. I love men, some I trust some I don't. One fathered my children then broke my heart. Throughout my life, I have found in all men their need to be loved. I picked up this book in the hopes of gaining insight on the mind of a man, and all I got was a rant from a woman.