America is drowning from broken relationships in the workplace, at home, and in the bedroom. One cultural wave after another has beat against masculinity, pressing it down under the weight of feminist demands and reshaping it into something that goes counter to its divine design.
The assumption is that men have been privileged for too long and therefore must be silenced so women can speak. The very essence of masculinity has been targeted, called into question and labeled as noxious to an enlightened society.
Enough, says my next guest, who has authored a book that serves as a wake-up call for women to understand and appreciate the men in their lives, value masculinity and heal relationships damaged by toxic feminism.
Denise McAllister is co-author of the NYTimes bestseller Spygate, about the attempted sabotage of Donald Trump, and the author of the forthcoming book, What Men Want to Say to Women (But Can’t) Here’s a sneak peek at 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!”
Original Air Date , October 19 at 12:00pm CENTRAL
on Salem Radio Network’s The Answer
Podcast available here after air date.