Of Lions and Men by James LaFond

By James LaFond

From the writer of Taboo You, Incubus of Your Sacred Emasculation, and on the finish of Masculine Time, comes a examine of masculine tradition within the Western international with a spotlight on tribalism and the Alpha Male, that's frequently symbolized via the lion in Western iconography.

If you're a guy that senses he's misplaced in our feminized society, who has turn into suspicious of the social order to the purpose of uprising or misanthropy, then this ebook used to be written for you.

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