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by Jim Woodman




A frankly sexist, chauvinistic pig perspective that tells how and where North American men can now discover millions of beautiful, sexy, obedient, low-maintenance women.
Download Third World Women epub
ISBN: 0964575558
ISBN13: 978-0964575554
Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Relationships
Author: Jim Woodman
Language: English
Publisher: Woodman Publishing (January 8, 2003)
Pages: 192 pages
ePUB size: 1882 kb
FB2 size: 1661 kb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 906
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Getaianne
In a country where men are now frequently viewed as lazy, underachieving dolts - this book gives hope to the "few" good men left who feel as though they are treated like second class citizens by many women. Shameful as it may seem, there aren't too many good American men left. This book offers a glimpse at what the New World can hold for someone who doesn't quite fit the modern mold of a man in the US. The author's frank perspective on US women can be viewed as insulting - if you're a woman and you fit his description of an American woman or disappointing - if you're an American man and you feel as though he's right and don't want to settle for what's out there in terms of a potential wife. The issues behind the battle of the sexes lie much deeper than the topics covered in this short but informative book. If you have lost hope in love and honor, do not despair. Morals and values long removed from our society still exist elsewhere. This book teaches you where to find them.
Utchanat
This book will convice any American woman (not just radical feminists) that laws like IMBRA are needed to restrict American mens' access to and knowledge of gender-imbalanced dating scenes in third world countries. This book shoud be banned. Our mens' egos will become overinflated if they follow this book's advice and travel to South America seeking females. They will gain a false sense of entitlement that they will bring back home to the detriment of American women.