Hearn, Jeff (1993) Critical studies on men: past, present and future. International Association for Studies on Men Newsletter, 1 (1). pp. 8-9.

Critical studies of men are not now, neither have they been promoted by men more than women. In 1913 Christabel Pankhurst, the suffragette campaigner, wrote ‘What a man ... really wants is that women are created primarily for sex gratification of men and secondary for the bearing of children if he happens to want them’ (1913, pp 19-20). More recently, my colleague ut Bradford University, Jalnna Hanmer (1990) ) has pointed out that second wave feminism in the 1960’s and 70’s produced many books and pamphlets that set out a critique of men. Those are critical studies on men that are often neglected by men writing and researching on men

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