Dr. Warren FarrellThe Myth of Male Power

The Myth of Male Power

Recent Press about The Myth of Male Power


'Meet Innovators' Interview of Warren Farrell,” by Adrien Bye. Meet Innovators, August, 2013

We Honor U.S. Soldiers But Don’t Help Them Heal,” by Lois M. Collins. Deseret News, February 9, 2012.

When Warren Farrell, a best-selling author of 15 books, including "Why Men Are the Way They Are," got 34 experts together for the study on the challenges of men and boys in advance of asking the White House to create a council specifically to help them, veterans got their own section detailing serious issues.It notes that 60 percent of Vietnam veterans "were psychiatric casualties. In 1978, over 400,000 Vietnam veterans were in prison, on parole, on probation, or awaiting trial." The problem, it says, is that societies have long depended on men to be "disposable for the greater good" — to fight war and to take on the dangerous and extremely physical jobs deemed essential for a nation's progress.


Interviews with Warren Farrell about The Myth of Male Power

PRINT:

An Interview with Men’s Health Australia about International Men’s Day

”Depressed, Repressed, Objectified: Are Men the New Women?” in the UK Guardian

”The Need to Create a White House Council on Boys to Men” on Forbes.com


VIDEO:
An Interview with Men’s Health Australia about International Men’s Day

”The ‘Man’-Power Movement” on Good Morning America


AUDIO:
The Need for Men’s Liberation, a dialogue with Warren Farrell and Ken Wilber

Warren on the Dennis Prager show

Redefining the Relationships Between Men and Women, a dialogue with Warren Farrell and Ken Wilber