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Daughters of feminism

The sister book to Sons of Feminism (2017) by Janice Fiamengo, Daughters of Feminism presents the stories of 30 women about how they came to gender balance, to an appreciation for the legitimacy of men’s issues as well as women’s issues. These are stories of triumph in the search for truth within a culture of denial and misdirection, by women who love men and want to heal the modern misperception of men.

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About David Shackleton David Shackleton is a thinker and writer on gender and psychological growth. He is the Director of CAFE Ottawa branch and the chair of the governing board of the Canadian Centre for Men and Families - Ottawa. He was editor and publisher of Canada's gender equalism magazine, Everyman; A Men's Journal, for ten years and organized annual gender conferences across Canada. His original models of gender codependence and psychological growth have formed the foundation of numerous self-discovery workshops and events.

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