How to Choose a Husband: And Make Peace with Marriage

  • Title: How to Choose a Husband: And Make Peace with Marriage
  • Author: Suzanne Venker
  • ISBN: 9781936488582
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Hardcover
  • How to Choose a Husband And Make Peace with Marriage It s been forty years since the sexual revolution and the women of America have everything they want Everything that is except a husband Women may be schooled in the art of sex but they have faile
    It s been forty years since the sexual revolution, and the women of America have everything they want Everything, that is, except a husband Women may be schooled in the art of sex, but they have failed in the art of love.In How to Choose a Husband, social critic and best selling author Suzanne Venker says American women need a detox If they want to be happy, or just plaIt s been forty years since the sexual revolution, and the women of America have everything they want Everything, that is, except a husband Women may be schooled in the art of sex, but they have failed in the art of love.In How to Choose a Husband, social critic and best selling author Suzanne Venker says American women need a detox If they want to be happy, or just plain satisfied, they must do a 180 when it comes to their attitude toward sex, courtship, and married life.If they do, marriageable men will reappear and women will find the love that eludes them.

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    1. "Men and women may be capable of doing many of the same things, but that doesn’t mean they want to. That we don’t have more female CEOs or stay-at-home dads proves this in spades.Unless, of course, you’re beholden to feminism. In that case, you’ll believe the above is evidence of discrimination. You’ll believe what feminists taught you to believe: that gender is a social construct.Those of us with children know better. We know little girls love their dolls and boys just want to kick th [...]

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    2. Choosing a husband is a slightly disingenuous title since the book is more about choosing a sperm donor than about choosing a life partner. How To Choose a Husband was a lot more about how not to have any goals or identity outside of childrearing than about making peace with marriage. Feel dissatisfaction at work? It’s totally NOT because you’d be happier in another field, your boss is a jerk, or women make 74 cents to a man’s dollar. It’s because women are only fulfilled by submitting t [...]

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    3. This book read like my mother's advice but in English! I'm not complaining though <3Well, what can I say! I'm a Saudi young woman and people usually think this should make me a feminist! Suzanne Venker says that it was technological advance (NOT FEMINISM!) that made life easier for women in the west; I don't know about that, but I know that it was wealth and increased access to education that advanced the state of Women (& men too!)in Saudi Arabia! I'm afraid that just like the late Margr [...]

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    4. I will preface this by saying I am a fan of Suzanne Venker. I reada while ago and agreed with most of that work. I found How to Choose a Husband a profound book, well written and full of home truths. My only complaint is that she wrote it too late for me. I wish I would have read this work when I was a freshman in college, instead I was steeped in feminist rhetoric and “planned my career” but not my life. I will buy copies of this for each of my daughters. Women need to recognize that there [...]

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    5. When anti-feminist Phyllis Schlafly died last year, most people’s reaction was, “I thought that old bat died ages ago.”As many of you know I wrote a review of the late Schlafly’s book the Flipside of Feminism, a book she wrote with her niece, Gen X anti-feminist Suzanne Venker. After Phyllis shoved off this mortal coil, I thought, “Just who is Suzanne going to use to justify her existence now that she can’t ride her more famous aunt’s taint to shame and bitches?”Alas, I mustn’t [...]

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    6. Suzanne Venker in her new book, “How To Choose A Husband” published by WND Books gives us the steps on How to Choose a Husband: And Make Peace With Marriage.From the back cover: America is single.It’s divorced, under committed, and hopelessly out of touch with monogamy. Why? Because since the day they were born, the modern generation has been taught to postpone marriage indefinitely or ignore it altogether, as though marriage has no bearing on their happiness. As though it were a nice idea [...]

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    7. 3.5 stars, rounded up to 4. I strongly recommend this book to single women and couples in serious relationships (like myself) to listen to and discuss. There is a fair amount of gender stereotyping, which in my view is justified by evolutionary psychology, social sciences research, and my own life experience. If this stereotyping bothers you, I suggest avoiding the book.Positives: Lots of great statistics and quotes from researchers, very instructive personal examples, great common-sense argumen [...]

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    8. I bought this book for my 20 yr old daughter, but I wanted to read it first before I gave it to her. This is a well-written book. It talks about how our modern American culture is toxic to marriage - from our "me" centered thoughts to the belief that women and men are interchangeable to not understanding that marriage takes work and nobody is perfect. I really liked the fact that the author did not denigrate her ex-husband. She examined why her first marriage failed and came to the conclusion th [...]

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