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Neil Lyndon

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Neil Lyndon
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Born 1946
Occupation Journalist
Spouse Linda Lyndon
Twitter @neillyndon
Neil Lyndon outside Jack's Cafe where he used to work

Neil Alexander Lyndon (* 1946) is a British journalist and writer. He is known for his book No More Sex War: The Failures of Feminism (Sinclair-Stevenson 1992), which he claims was "the world's first egalitarian[wp], progressive, non-sexist critique of feminism in its own terms".[1]

He has two daughters and a son.

Publications (selection)

Books

  • Sexual Impolitics: Heresies on sex, gender and feminism. Kindle Edition (2014?)
  • No More Sex War. The failures of feminism., Sinclair-Stevenson Ltd 1992, ISBN 1-85619-191-5

Articles

About Neil Lyndon

Quote: «No More Sex War remains one of the most important and courageous books of our time, accurately locating the minefields on the path to genuine male-female equality and love. With hindsight, the story in Sexual Impolitics of Neil Lyndon’s excommunication when he revealed that the world of feminism was flat is as revealing as the Catholic church’s response to Galileo.» - Warren Farrell
Quote: «In time, Neil Lyndon will be seen as the Christabel Pankhurst of the men's movement.» - David Thomas
Quote: «Neil Lyndon - an authentic hero» - A Voice for Men
Quote: «Neil Lyndon was one of the first men to dare to put forward the radical idea that men and boys, as a gender, experience sexism, discrimination and inequality. This simple idea is still as radical today as it was over 20 years ago when he first published his seminal work on men women, No More Sex War. Lyndon is not a ranting, irrational misogynist; he is a rigorous and intellectual commentator whose writings provide a vital, counter-cultural viewpoint from the frontline of gender politics.» - Glen Poole
Quote: «A very logical and methodical dismantling of feminazi theory. There is no patriarchy, this oppressive class was invented to enable truly hateful people» - Amazon Customer on November 27, 2015

References

  1. Neil Lyndon: 22 years on, I'm republishing my controversial book on the failings of feminism, Daily Telegraph, 10 November 2014
  2. Thousands of divorced fathers are eliminated from their children's lives because of the 'implacable hostility' of mothers with custody.
  3. Neil Lyndon describes his 1992 book, No More Sex War: The Failures of Feminism, as "the world's first radical critique of feminism from an egalitarian, progressive, non-sexist point of view," exposing the contradictions, myths, and falsehoods of feminism. No book and no author in our time has experienced such vilification in the press and at such a professional and personal cost, not only for this book but also for his breakthrough Sunday Times Magazine piece "Bad Mouthing," which we reprinted here. After more than 20 years, Lyndon is reissuing a new volume titled Sexual Impolitics, with the full unexpurgated and uncensored text of No More Sex War, to ensure "that my book will finally ... be published as I meant it to be read" - and this time it won't be taken out of print by feminist thugs. We’ve reprinted a few excerpts from the book's Foreword and two chapters.
  4. Editor's note: Neil Lyndon's historically significant 1990 article for the Sunday Times Magazine titled "Bad Mouthing" was probably the first ever published to discuss a mainstream culture in the UK in which men were habitually derided; and it was the first to itemise the disadvantages and inequalities to which men and boys are subjected - in a society which ostensibly oppresses women. Bad mouthing was the first article anywhere to point out that men died in greater numbers from prostate cancer than all the fatalities for women that resulted from all cancers of the genito-urinary system put together; and that nobody seemed to care much about prostate cancer.

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