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American society has become anti-male. Men are sensing the backlash and are consciously and unconsciously going “on strike.” They are dropping out of college, leaving the workforce and avoiding marriage and fatherhood at alarming rates. The trend is so pronounced that a number of books have been written about this “man-child” phenomenon, concluding that men have taken a vacation from responsibility simply because they can. But why should men participate in a system that seems to be increasingly stacked against them?

As Men on Strike demonstrates, men aren’t dropping out because they are stuck in arrested development. They are instead acting rationally in response to the lack of incentives society offers them to be responsible fathers, husbands and providers. In addition, men are going on strike, either consciously or unconsciously, because they do not want to be injured by the myriad of laws, attitudes and hostility against them for the crime of happening to be male in the twenty-first century. Men are starting to fight back against the backlash. Men on Strike explains their battle cry.

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Helen Smith, PhD, is a psychologist specializing in forensic issues and men’s issues in Knoxville, Tennessee. She holds a PhD from the University of Tennessee and master’s degrees from The New School for Social Research and the City University of New York. She has written The Scarred Heart: Understanding and Identifying Kids Who Kill and was writer and executive producer of Six, a documentary about the murder of a family in Tennessee by teens from Kentucky. She has worked with men (as well as women and children) in her private practice for more than twenty years. She has been on numerous television and radio shows including Montel Williams and has appeared on E! Entertainment, Fox News, Discovery, Women’s Entertainment, Biography, Oxygen and The Learning Channel. Smith has written for numerous publications including the Los Angeles Times, The Christian Science Monitor and The Cleveland Plain Dealer. She occasionally hosts a show at PJTV focusing on men’s issues, psychology and politics. She has written on her blog at drhelen.blogspot.com since 2005 on men’s rights, men’s issues and psychology and is now a columnist and blogger at PJ Media. Her blog is at pjmedia.com/drhelen.

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Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2017
There isn''t any organized official strike. That would be an improvement over what''s happened. Men and boys have been shamed into inaction, tied in emotional knots, and denied any reason to live. Since the 1970''s males have been under constant media, academic,... See more
There isn''t any organized official strike. That would be an improvement over what''s happened. Men and boys have been shamed into inaction, tied in emotional knots, and denied any reason to live.

Since the 1970''s males have been under constant media, academic, legal, mental, and emotional assaults. Their vary nature has been used against them, while it''s also been demonized, ridiculed, and denied.

Equality has been used as a tool for denying males any space of their own, any form of male bonding, and any self respect. Equality has also been used to make heterosexuality seem to be nothing but harassment and rape. In other words, males have been subjected to intense discrimination in the name of equality.

Chivalry has simultaneously been labelled misogynism, while it''s absence is used to show men don''t care about women. Men have been treated with outright suspicion while being samaritans. Men are often treated worse for kindness than cruelty. In other words, Feminists have denied everything good and decent about Males.

Marriage, that was once a bond between man and woman, has been reduce to virtual slavery - for men. Child support and alimony have been distorted to the point where divorced men are legally conscripted into involuntary service - that''s slavery in every way except name.

All that combined with Feminist Double Standards, Misandric Attitudes, and Double Speak has Males lost and running for cover.

To sum up: This book is a Powerful Warning to males who are naive enough to think they''re safe in a Feminist Age. It''s a priceless tool for Females who want to help Abused Males. It''s also a Powerful warning to Misandrists who, in their ignorance or arrogance, don''t realize how far passed too far Males have been pushed.
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No one worth knowing is in the game any more.
Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2018
Helen nails it! Men are cashing in their chips and leaving the casino of love and marriage because the game is so rigged against them, there''s no use playing. Women should read this to find out where all the "Good Men" have gone.
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This book should be required reading for any man thinking of getting married in western culture country.
Reviewed in the United States on October 12, 2017
I think most of what Helen Smith says is pretty accurate. Of all the issues brought up in the book, the biggest by far are the unfair divorce laws. We''ve all heard the divorce stories. Back in the mid 80''s, when I was in my mid twenties, I would hear how much some guys,... See more
I think most of what Helen Smith says is pretty accurate. Of all the issues brought up in the book, the biggest by far are the unfair divorce laws. We''ve all heard the divorce stories. Back in the mid 80''s, when I was in my mid twenties, I would hear how much some guys, friends, friends of friends, coworkers were paying in child support and it was just astonishing. Most of the injustices I''ve heard of over the years are the following:

1) Surplus child support - the amount of child support in excess of one half of actual cost backed up by real world data such as receipts and credit card statements. I''ve heard of child support awards of six to ten thousand per month. Really? Does it really cost $12,000 to $20,000 per month to raise a child?

2) Alimony, excessive amounts of it, and in some cases for life.

3) Unequal/unfair property/asset division if one is old enough to have accumulated some degree of wealth such as retirement saving.

4) By default, the woman gets custody of the children and the man gets kicked out of his own home.

I don''t think there men are on strike so much as are just staying out of the water. Fifty percent of all marriages end in divorce. Let''s say you move to the northern coast of Australia, it is summer in the southern hemisphere, hotter than hell, and you are near a body of water. You observe someone swim in the water and cool off. You think about how it might be nice to jump in and cool off yourself, but before you do, you observe a second person jump in the water, but this person gets eaten by a salt water crocodile. Over a period of time, ten people swim in the water, and five of them get eaten by crocodiles. So what do you do? You stay out of the water. You want to jump in the water. You''d like to jump in the water. You stay out of the water because the water isn''t safe.

There are "Scared Straight" programs where juvenile delinquents are brought into prisons where the inmates describe the horrors of prison life. Somebody should start a "Scared Single" program where a young man contemplating marriage is brought into a room full of divorced fathers who warn them of the horrors of divorce court.
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the painful truth - can you take it?
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2016
I found myself nodding and nodding and nodding again throughout this book. We are in an interesting era of history for male-female relations. Men like myself in our mid-thirties are at a tough crossroads. More than ever, we are unmarried and trying to figure... See more
I found myself nodding and nodding and nodding again throughout this book.

We are in an interesting era of history for male-female relations. Men like myself in our mid-thirties are at a tough crossroads. More than ever, we are unmarried and trying to figure out if we WANT to be. Our fathers predominantly married in their young twenties and are still married. Isn''t that what we were supposed to do? Is something wrong with us? The pressure from "societal norms" and from females to get married is extraordinarily intense. We get badgered for "not wanting to grow up" and "not wanting to be responsible", and being suspected of homosexuality.

But that really isn''t it at all. Having a wife and children sounds like a real joy, with the right woman and right societal structure.

But women have changed since our fathers'' era. And the laws ("structure") have become screechingly anti-male. We hear non-stop about "the war on women" and "rape culture" and non-equal pay scales and so forth. What did I do wrong? I have never raped anyone and never treated female coworkers poorly. Yet even the women we try to date vehemently believe this claptrap. Why would I want to enter a legally binding arrangement with someone who "loves" me but hates men as a whole?

Oh, and that law. Divorce law. It doesn''t matter what state you live in this country. Entering a marriage at this point is like playing at any casino: the house wins. As a male you may in the very best case have a home where the woman spends all your money and you are confined to the cellar/attic. You have a greater than 50% chance of being divorced, for "no fault" reason whatsoever, and have over half your assets scarfed away, along with several years of your future earnings for the children/alimony. What kind of thinking man will spin the wheel on those odds? And yet, many of my male friends do continue to get married, but it''s a rare day that they do it because they want to; by and large, they get bullied and harassed by their girlfriends and families to do so.

It''s a sad state of affairs. Men want children, so some roll the dice and a majority get burned for life. It doesn''t have to be like this. But despite the author''s call to action, it''s not going to happen. It''s too hard to vocally fight back and get screamed down for being a sexist, women hating, misogynistic, whatever. The alternative? Go on strike. Drop your sword and your shield and just walk off the battlefield. And so, my male generation will either A) get bullied into marriage or B) go on strike and accept a peaceful life of hobbies, beers and stable assets. It''s not just the divorced men who are doing this - it''s never been married men like me with a great education, great job and a mortgage who don''t want to see it all destroyed. There are no shortage of females for us to date in big cities like NYC, Chicago, Washington DC, L.A., etc...in fact, available women have never been more plentiful. But why take a risk????

I would''ve given it 5 stars, but darn it, this should''ve been a longer book and had more in depth research. It''s a narrative that needs to be blared from the mountain tops. I hope to see a sequel to this book.
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A Hard Lesson Learned
Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2017
Shut up and bring home the paycheck - check. Scant sex after marriage - check. Meal ticket with respect to online dating? - check. Have your life''s savings, your very net worth, cut in half by the courts - check. Now, after 23 years of marriage, I am once again... See more
Shut up and bring home the paycheck - check. Scant sex after marriage - check. Meal ticket with respect to online dating? - check. Have your life''s savings, your very net worth, cut in half by the courts - check.

Now, after 23 years of marriage, I am once again single, and I have chosen not to drop out of the workforce. I have, however, resolved to never, ever marry again. Put it another way - it''s either a lady friend with benefits, or buzz off toots.
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Hm, it’s about time.
Reviewed in the United States on September 8, 2018
First off, excellent book. Now, for years my circle use to call me a rebel and non gentleman for my views when it came to men and women. For one, I never understood why men have to pay for everything if we’re considered equal? Why does a gentleman have to spend money on... See more
First off, excellent book. Now, for years my circle use to call me a rebel and non gentleman for my views when it came to men and women. For one, I never understood why men have to pay for everything if we’re considered equal? Why does a gentleman have to spend money on you or pay for dinner to be considered a gentleman? Who made this rule?

Second, any time I mentioned my concerns I would get bombarded by attacks and even those from my own family. Selfish they would say, but everything a woman desires of me benefits her. I found out that the definition of a real man according to women are traits and characteristics that benefit the woman. Who’s really selfish?

Third, I’m not doing things required of me simply because that’s how I was taught. Slavery was taught. Racism was taught. A man suppose to pay for your dinner? Says who? Other random strangers that are just going to die like myself? Disregarding yourself to make her happy has never set well with me. Why do I have to foot the bill for her lack of discipline and need to burn through money?

Fourth, I’ve studied marriage. I wasn’t happy what I found. “Happy wife, happy life.” It should go “Try and make a overbearing, too emotional, controlling, no discipline individual happy, and fake smile because that’s what society tells you to do.” I appreciated Dr. Helen’s book because I’ve been screaming this from the mountain tops for years.

Now those same people who attacked me are unhappy men stuck in pernicious marriages. Tending to her every need to keep her happy. It’s cheaper to keep her. As a 28 year old professional with no kids, good credit, and financial stability. The only way I would get married now is by a prenup or her having to face living together forever without the title.

*Shrug*
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What do we lose without men?
Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2018
An important insight into the slow destruction of the masculine in today''s society. This appears to be the result of complete ignorance of the function of men as concerns human relations,, AND of men in general. For some reason, the he feminist impulse is so self serving... See more
An important insight into the slow destruction of the masculine in today''s society. This appears to be the result of complete ignorance of the function of men as concerns human relations,, AND of men in general. For some reason, the he feminist impulse is so self serving that it rejects anything other than it''s own desires as unacceptable, and refuses to see how the feminine alone is not capable of supporting a healthy society. The book provides insights into what is lost without the masculine component, and how men are structured to support and protect women even to their own demise, whereas women are innately structured to seek their, and their progeny''s safety and survival to the exclusion of all else by the avoidance of all conflict.
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An excellent outlet for modern world men to have a voice!
Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2020
Thank you, Dr. Helen Smith for allowing men to have their (our) rightful voice about marriage in the 21st Century! Right off the bat: what makes this book work on so many levels is the fact that it is a book about men written by a woman. Had this book been written by a... See more
Thank you, Dr. Helen Smith for allowing men to have their (our) rightful voice about marriage in the 21st Century! Right off the bat: what makes this book work on so many levels is the fact that it is a book about men written by a woman. Had this book been written by a man, every feminazi and #MeToo Movement follower would have uttered ear-bleeding screams of "Sexist!", "Politically incorrect!", "Childish!", "Liars!", etc. Helen Smith calls all aspects of feminism on the carpet as she elaborates in complete necessary detail the numerous ways in which modern-day feminism has not only intimated men as people, but also backfired in terms of turning the tables on men and making them feel like second-class citizens with hell to pay for our forefathers who did not in fact do women justice in any way whatsoever...back in the day, long before more recent generations of boys and young men were conceived in the womb.
But when it comes to showing the world how marriage holds very little benefit to men of today, Helen then goes on a series of insightful, moving, sincere, honest interview snippets with men from various stages, economic statuses, social outlooks, and academic standings in life all in a solid effort to show what life and marriage look like through the eyes of present-day males. Helen does not hold back in her revelations via these spotlighted men, and all throughout her "investigation" she shows that men are in fact (gasp!) people too--with real feelings that deserve to be expressed despite every horrible masculine stereotype that plagues the consciences and kills the souls of every "good man" out there.
Speaking of "the good men", this is where the book becomes 100% relevant to women. While men who fit the bill feel that they/we are continually done injustices by our peers of both genders: nice guys are detested by bad-boy macho men who look down upon us and consider us an insult to the male species at large, while women dislike nice guys because of our reputation of being poor performers in bed, mama''s boys, low-income earners, and flat-out weak overall. No matter how physically handsome a "good man" is on the outside, and how warm, sincere, honest, hardworking, and committed to his life, work, family, and (if his kind demeanor has not turned them away right off their shallow bat) friends, at the end of the day, he will be taken advantage of in some way by the female serving as his supposed/anticipated girlfriend-lady wife-date-crush, etc.
This is where the line continually gets drawn by both men, and author-activist Helen Smith herself. We men have come to realize that American society is simply no longer in our favor. Equality between both genders has become an oxymoron--to the point where women and girls are being encouraged by everyone from their parents to schoolteachers to the media to the Internet to not only uphold their own "girl power", but also to look down on men and boys as being nothing but immature, good-for-nothing interferers in their prospective success and happiness. And with the #MeToo Movement dictating the thought process of most young women out there to the point where men and boys are immediately misconstrued as being villains simply for being born, men are quite rightly fighting back to save their lives by having NOTHING to do with the opposite sex on intimate and corresponding legal levels. Hence, why men are on strike and boycotting marriage, fatherhood, and the American Dream. Since, according to many modern day women and their support groups, men can never do anything right in the home and therefore "deserve" to receive 100% of the blame for failed relationships, why should men stick around to watch their livelihoods crumble at the hands of their female "comrades" who have everybody from the law to the classroom to the screen on their side. When women prove to their men that the only reasons they want them around is to: given them some kids, do the dirty work when called upon to do so like guard dogs, help them look good in front of their girl friends, families, co-workers, and of course on the endless stream of photos posted on social media, all in an effort to combat their self-inflicted insecurity that never seems to fade in the tiniest of ways despite valiant efforts on the part of the universe to help them feel better about themselves inside and out, then men seek refuge in our naturally independent lifestyles and enjoy the fruits of our everyday labor to stay afloat in a world that is equally unpredictable for us at it is for our female counterparts. Hence, the planting of the seeds of Men Going Their Way (MGTOW). If more women out there do not wake up and smell the coffee that they have helped brew, then the future of the American family and a well-rounded society, culture, and world as we know it (as eloquently pointed out by Helen Smith from cover to cover) is at stake.
As long as nice guys are always guaranteed to finish last, why bother entering the triangular rat race of love, romance, and marriage which is rigged against them/us?
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Excellent. If you are interest in rreal sexual equality you should read this.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 14, 2016
Excellent read. Why are men on strike? Because they are now second class human beings. The source of little but hate, and witness to endless humiliation. Blamed on all violence and most of societies/planets ills (Proven to be completely untrue) Stripped of any rights to do...See more
Excellent read. Why are men on strike? Because they are now second class human beings. The source of little but hate, and witness to endless humiliation. Blamed on all violence and most of societies/planets ills (Proven to be completely untrue) Stripped of any rights to do anything other than to work is sexual stereotypical dirty dangerous jobs or ''feminised'' emasculating jobs that females don''t currently want or to face unemployment and ''dead beat'' status. Forced into marriage where they are ''stupid children'' with no rights to their own children, home or income if they are put through a divorce. Why are men striking - for the game is so corrupt and unfair they just no longer want to play and see work, romance, marriage and children as a risk so great they just opt out of the system. The question - why are their no good men left anymore - is roundly answered with - because no females currently deserve one. This book is about equality and not some twisted sexist female sows version of it. Proper equality where males and females are - as best as they can be - equal. Well written and researched and jaw dropingly obvious. great read.
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Highly Recommended Book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 27, 2019
I have experienced many of the points highlighted in this book. It gives readers real insight into the dark side of modern day feminism and how men are responding. Helen Smith breaks down her points really well and really delves deeply into issues which are of great concern...See more
I have experienced many of the points highlighted in this book. It gives readers real insight into the dark side of modern day feminism and how men are responding. Helen Smith breaks down her points really well and really delves deeply into issues which are of great concern in modern day relationships. Her main point about the Marriage contract no longer being a good deal for Men is supported really well with good examples of how divorces can be pre-planned. This book has definitely been one of the most influential books I have ever read on relationships. I would certainly recommend this book to people who want a greater understanding of relationships I would also like to stress the point that not every woman is the same and there are many positive relationships out there to be had.
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An intelligent, articulate
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 11, 2015
The main draw to this book was the fact that it''s written by a woman. An intelligent, articulate, informed woman, and arguably the best person to see just how skewiff the whole equality thing has become. Men bemoaning men''s problem''s is sadly never going to be noticed – a...See more
The main draw to this book was the fact that it''s written by a woman. An intelligent, articulate, informed woman, and arguably the best person to see just how skewiff the whole equality thing has become. Men bemoaning men''s problem''s is sadly never going to be noticed – a request for a Minister for Men was recently laughed out of the UK parliament – so women becoming switched-on to real gender equality, not female privilege at the expense of men, is the way forward. I just wish this book was at the top of the sales charts, instead of some dopey Z-list celebrity biography. I''d highly recommend Men On Strike to anyone looking for clarity on any aspect of equality today. Men and women. For any man recovering from separation, divorce, an abusive relationship etc. it''s essential reading. Buy it now, and when you''ve read it, pass it on. PS. Check out Helen Smith on YouTube too. You won''t be disappointed.
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Men are screwed, but may be helped with this book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 9, 2016
A well-written, depressing account of how bad things are for men, both legally and socially. I hope that this will encourage more people to red pill themselves, and see feminism for the poison that it is.
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Good insight on feminism’s effect on men’s’ lives
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 3, 2020
I found the book insightful with evocative and, occasionally troubling anecdotes, which made me angry with how badly decent men are being treated. However it didn’t seem as if the author could relate to men’s thoughts in spite of her career as a psychologist so her tone had...See more
I found the book insightful with evocative and, occasionally troubling anecdotes, which made me angry with how badly decent men are being treated. However it didn’t seem as if the author could relate to men’s thoughts in spite of her career as a psychologist so her tone had this sense of detachment. This does allow for a clinical approach and some good recommendations for action as that is what is required.
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