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Beyond #MeToo: Men Are Not the Problem

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by: Christine Tuhy
Books with a 5 star rating  (1)
Publication Date: May 9, 2019
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 128
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Burundanga zombie drug. Voo-doo. Sex trafficking.

Though it reads like a horror-mystery, this memoir and all the events in it are true.

From an innocent game of basketball in the afternoon, this unlucky traveler ends up in a dirty Central American hotel room, passed from man to man as she drifts in and out of consciousness.

This raw and thoughtful analysis of rape pain and forgiveness is an up-close-and-personal look at the resilience of the human spirit and the power of story to heal and transform anything.

Part memoir, part poetry, and part theory, Beyond #MeToo: Men Are Not The Problem follows one survivor’s journey from bitterness, anger, and hate toward a radical new call to end rape through uplifting men and manhood.

Full of gripping personal details, this book takes a bold, honest look at the damage done by male-bashing, the complexities of consent, and the “victim complex” at the heart of human disempowerment. In doing so, the author exposes the media machine
Customer Comments
Paul Murphy
Posted: August 16, 2019
Customer comment 5 star rating

The book is a riveting yet tender page turner. Its full of life, tragedy, discovery, feeling, love, and heeling. It starts with rape and ends with forgiveness.... love. And it will bring you to your knees in tears. The tears are at first for sorrow, but then for joy. The joy comes from heeling. It doesn’t stop there. She moves on to the “Cause”, her call to not just action but also to duty. What could we as a society of ONE do to make a difference? What is the cause? It's bringing the relationship of men and women back to what was intended. Chris Tuhy knits together ten tenants in life, I could call them commandments...requests on the on the universe. What you come away with is a prescription on how to live in a world as ONE.