Save the Males

May 31, 2009
(was 06.29.2008)

Men are under siege. They might be the stronger sex, but as far as cultural clout goes, they get the short end of the stick. One writer says the feminist movement lost its way and ended up making men the enemy. Is it time to save the males? Also, we remember the madcap genius of one of America's most celebrated comedians - Chris Farley.

  1. Kathleen Parker on "Save the Males: Why Men Matter, Why Women Should Care"

    Kathleen Parker believes that popular culture portrays men as incompetent fools and classrooms ignore material of interest to boys. She says intelligent women need someone else to talk to, much less to marry and raise children with, so it's in women's interest to fix this.

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  2. Tom Farley on Chris Farley

    Tom Farley, older brother of comedian Chris Farley, is the co-author (with Tanner Colby) of "The Chris Farley Show: A Biography in Three Acts." He tells Jim Fleming that the young Chris was always funny, but was funnier when he was sober.

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  3. Maddox on Fratire

    "The Alphabet of Manliness" is politically incorrect, testosterone-laden and deliberately outrageous – an example of "fratire.

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  4. Ersi Arvizu on Boxing and Music

    Ersi Arvizu tells Jim Fleming about growing up longing to get involved in the sport of boxing. Her dad ran a boxing gym for boys in their backyard.

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