Gents, Let’s Talk About Feminist by Kevin Thomas McBride
It’s time to open the conversation about Gender Racism. Who better to write first-hand about the feminist movement than a man who’s been a lifelong victim to it? Hate Crimes.
I’m going to be sharing most of those 100% true stories.Here is excerpt from the book: Men are confused by women, and afraid of women. We men don't know who's who anymore. Is she a Lady, Lesbian, Feminist, or a Me-Too Victim Chick that is about to ambush us into a trap? Hey, Ladies! “Do you understand how difficult that is for us?”
This book provides a glimpse at the female dominated justice system, and its effect on innocent men. Kevin McBride is a skilled writer. From the word go, he grabs you by the scruff of the neck and won’t let go, as he brings you on a roller coaster ride through the madcap but totally reasonable ideas racing through his mind. The author is nothing if not resilient, and he has suffered setback after setback, targeted with cruel and unfounded defamation, which takes its toll on him personally, socially, and financially.
Here are a few sub-chapters titles; “We Love you, honey!”, Vibrator nation, High-heeled cockblock, What the hell is a UFA?, Offended? Tough Shit!, Message to all Bartenders, Happy Birthday Sucka!, Popcorn Drama, Real-Life Shit, Ghosting, Wedding Squa
sher, What’s that? The book you don't want to miss, and you won't regret it. Kevin's first book here is 70% Non-Fiction, 20% Creative Writing, and 10% Opinion. He offers up lots of pictures, and participation in this one of kind first edition. Gents, or ladies, Let's talk feminist . . . Shall we?Amazon
About the author
Kevin Thomas McBride is a controversial, and opinionated entrepreneur who volunteered to fight in our countries first Psychological Civil War. He was on the frontlines teaching right from wrong with his American-Conservative values.
My profession is online marketing and development (10+ years experience), check my latest mobile app called Upcoming. But my real passion is reading books both fiction and non-fiction. I have several favorite authors like James Redfield or Daniel Keyes. If I read a book I always want to find the best part of it, every book has it's unique value.