Book Review: 'Sex Matters: How Modern Feminism Lost Touch with Science, Love, and Common Sense'

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'Conservative writer and bestselling author Mona Charen tackles the hot button issue of modern feminism in her latest nonfiction book “Sex Matters: How Modern Feminism Lost Touch with Science, Love, and Common Sense.”

Mrs. Charen does not hold back on her criticisms of radical feminists and their attempt to change the movement from one that sought equality to one that tries to exert supremacy over academia, science, the arts, and society.

Using facts and statistics, she challenges the talking points of modern feminists and their allies in the Democrat Party.

The author also dispels several myths that far-left feminists have pushed into the news cycle. For example, she cites study after study that debunk the infamous statistic that one-in-five women are sexually assaulted on college campuses. Mrs. Charen does stress that rape on campus is an issue that must be addressed, but the hysteria that feminists have created have only led to the formulation of kangaroo courts, where some innocent men have been prosecuted by overzealous university administrators wanting to avoid embarrassing headlines.

The author also does an excellent job of exposing the hypocrisy behind radical feminism. She calls them out for accusing men of having "toxic masculinity" while also pushing "hook-up" culture that has been detrimental to the safety of women it is supposed to empower.'

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