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Esther Vilar wrote a book called “The Manipulated Man.” What she does is describe, in detail, how women manipulate men all their lives. This is a must read.
When Vilar went on the Tonight Show (with Carson) to talk about the book, the studio received such a backlash that bookstores pulled the book. Women were not happy at all with it. Even today, a copy of the Manipulated Man will tend to disappear when women find it, they destroy it. I, myself, need to buy another copy as I suspect a certain woman has removed my copy.
Most Men’s Movement books tend to copy Vilar’s contents and rewrite/add on to her work. So you might as well get the original source.
Here are some quotes from the book:
“If a young man gets married, starts a family, and spends the rest of his life working at a soul- destroying job, he is held up as an example of virtue and responsibility. The other type of man, living only for himself, working only for himself, doing first one thing and then another simply because he enjoys it and because he has to keep only himself, sleeping where and when he wants, and facing woman when he meets her, on equal terms and not as one of a million slaves, is rejected by society. The free, unshackled man has no place in its midst.”
“Men have been trained and conditioned by women, not unlike the way Pavlov conditioned his dogs, into becoming their slaves. As compensation for their labors men are given periodic use of a woman’s vagina.”
“If praise is applied in the correct dosage a woman will never need to scold. Any man who is accustomed to a regular and conditional dosage of praise will interpret its absence as displeasure.”
“Someday it will dawn on man that woman does not read the wonderful books with which he has filled his libraries, and though she may well admire his marvelous works of art in museums she herself will rarely create, only copy.”