Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Why Men Fake It

Another book I researched for my New Power of Women series of books ( is "Why Men Fake It" by Dr. Abraham Morgentaler. I found this book interesting but was a bit shallow because the author was promoting the benefits of fake boners. It doesn't go deep enough (pun?) into the problem. 

In my book Bogus Beauty - I get into other research that shows the main reason why men have erection problems, is because they are trying to make love to the "wrong woman." Billions of dollars are being spent to advertise and promote the four-hour erection problem you might have with a pill, but the real truth goes unsaid by the medical profession. Anyhoo, my work put a lot of this bogus advertising into the proper perspective. 

And BTW, American women - and men - are in an awesome denial mindset about what bogus beauty causes in their lives.

Monday, November 9, 2015


New edition coming.

I'm preparing to update my book The New Power of American Women and change the title and cover. The new title will be "TRUE POWER OF WOMEN" and reflect some new comments and reviews from readers. I'm also seeking some suggestions and input on the new cover design. I hope you'll give me your opinion.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Looking for Visceral Reactions to Jenner's Transformation

I'm seriously looking for opinions from both men and women about Bruce Jenner's transformation into becoming a woman. In my research for Bogus Beauty & The New Power of American Women, it showed how the toxicity of makeup is causing this in the womb. I'm seeking visceral opinions of how Jenner now makes you FEEL when you listen and watch him. I may want to quote you for a new book on this. Respond to for confidential reasons. Thanks

Monday, March 23, 2015

The Awesome New Power of Sex Strikes


"My Wife Yes, My Dog Maybe, 
My Gun Never." - A Texas bumper sticker


In a 2013 Huffington Post article, by Vivian Norris titled: “Texas Women: Stop Having Sex With Men Who Vote Against Your Best Interests” was an idea I just had to include here. I must admit, it blew me away. The concept of using the abstinence of sex to control men - en masse - is an outstanding way to draw attention to the true power of women. Especially the way she used it to expose male hubris that surrounds the men in Texas politics. She prefaced her article with the Wikipedia definition of a sex strike.

"A sex strike, sometimes called a sex boycott, is a strike, a method of non-violent resistance in which one or multiple persons refrain from sex with their partner(s) to achieve certain goals. It is a form of temporary sexual abstinence. Sex strikes have been used to protest many issues, from water resources to employment equity."

Norris gave an example of how women in Kenya stopped the violence with a sex strike after a political election. She tied that powerful example to the way women are being treated in Texas politics and wrote:

“Women, take heed: Don't give in if your man, boyfriend, husband, toyboy is not voting for your best interests, your reproductive health – do not sleep with that man! I don't care how cute or charming he is! I don't care if he is your husband of many years. Resist! Go swimming! Meditate!

Do not make him dinner, do not go fetch him a cold beer from the fridge, do not iron that shirt, hell, do not change that diaper... do not make his life a little nicer this summer if he does not "get it" and learn to respect women! Instead, volunteer some time for senators like Wendy Davis, go with a group of women to Austin and make your voices heard. Get on the computer and the social networks and organize.

Remember that you live in a state where it would not be unusual (and I have seen it) to see a bumper sticker on a pickup truck which reads, "My Wife Yes, My Dog Maybe, My Gun Never." Remember what happened last time when a Texas good ole boy governor took that patriarchy all the way to become President of the United States. Stop the damage now and take back Texas.

This may sound a bit extreme and some will say sex should not be used as a "weapon" but let's get real, this is Texas, and men in Texas who have not woken up and smelled the coffee simply do not deserve any loving. Houston has more strip clubs than libraries. You can buy a gun easier than you can get reproductive health care. There is still a virgin and whore fundamentalist mentality which is more dangerous to women as it often is also promoted by the women themselves. These women, like women who hurt other women everywhere by criticizing and judging them, need to wake up as well. Women hurting other women is suicidal. Women who play into the hand of patriarchy need to be shown the way out of that prison. Wendy Davis and Leticia Van De Putte and others are leading the way.

The real problem will actually be with those men who could care less because deep down they don't really like women. I don't mean not like them sexually, I mean they really do not respect nor listen to women. There is a breed of Texas male who simply does not hear women. Women's voices remind them of terrorists.”


Well, I think Vivian Norris is on to something big and that if it does indeed become a national strike, it could help bring awareness to the male violence problem as well. If you coupled a sex strike with a “National Bogus Beauty Strike” and how cosmetics continually also fosters toxicity in relationships, we’d all be better off. Count me in for national sex-strikes. :-) 

Thursday, February 26, 2015

What is "Bogus Beauty"?


Well, to start with, if you’re an American, you see it everywhere on billboards, TV, the Internet, magazine covers and it’s highly toxic and backed with tons of cash. It has a trillion dollar grip on the America psyche and it's on almost every shelf, in every American home. It's also “expected" in American business but it’s truly dangerous to your health. It’s most obvious however, on almost every American woman’s face - every moment of everyday. It’s mass incessant-narcissism and unfortunately, it is now also highly coveted and considered as normal and natural by American children. Facts show that American women, who are living in or near poverty, will even sacrifice better food and health for their children in order to buy lipstick and cosmetics with which to compete with other women and attract men.

Bogus beauty is the mass illusion and mass delusion of beauty. It has also become a ubiquitous competitive “tool” for women and in a very real way, bogus beauty has become an overwhelming addiction, an insidious chemical killer and destroyer of lives in American families. It also fosters violence but is rarely considered a cause of it.

American women gain great financial and psychological power from bogus beauty and it’s now recognized in global economic circles as “erotic capital." Dozens of new “Alpha Bitch” and “Stiletto” feminist networks are being organized around bogus beauty to "dismantle" male- dominated businesses. These media savvy feminist networks are also legally coaching and “mentoring” legions of high school and college-age women to “lean in” and bring about “the end of men.” 

Bogus beauty is at the very center of the growing, global power of women. In her book: The Secret Between Us - Competition Among Women” - Laura Tracy, wrote about the way both genders view and sanction the notion of bogus beauty.

She wrote:
“Femininity and competition between women are tightly interwoven. It is the feminine woman who really doesn’t like other women. She can’t afford to. To this woman, all women are rivals, since she has been defined by men in her person and appearance. Women compete with each other when they put on makeup, when they wear high heels, and short, narrow skirts that constrict their movement, when they dye their hair, and when they starve themselves. Femininity means looking better than other women - femininity means competition between women to look better to men. The problem is we all do it.”

Bogus beauty is also the subtle and surreptitious driving force behind the hyper-sexualization of American children in all kinds of advertising. This hyper-sexualization is growing because willing, ignorant parents and corporations use pre-teens and toddlers in sickening, cosmetic- soaked ads and beauty pageants to promote their brands. In some circles, some say this type of sexualization of children also promotes pedophilia. Even in France, a huge public backlash is underway to eliminate this type of hyper-sexualization of children and paradoxically, the French people are very much addicted to bogus beauty and France is the leader in the absurdness-for- women fashion industry. Personally, I hope this type of public backlash in France also happens here and as soon possible.

The best definition of bogus beauty I can give you is:

“Bogus beauty is the most pernicious element in the feminine soul and spirit.”

Think about it awhile and if you have a better definition, please let me know.
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Friday, January 16, 2015

Some Facts About the New Power of American Women


Men are increasingly becoming victims of women, and many of the reasons are deeply ensconced in the facts surround their growing economic power.

For example:

*  Women currently control 90% of ALL purchases in the USA.

*  In June 2009, women held 49.83% of the country’s 132 million jobs. In health care, for example, women have accounted for 79% of jobs gained (4.52 million), whereas men represent just 1.18 million new jobs. In government, women hold 94% of jobs created (1.76 million), and men account for 12,000 new jobs.

*  In the next 40 years, controlling interest in $70 trillion (that’s a “T”) will be transferred to women - most of it by men.

*  63% of auditors and accountants in the USA are women.

*  59% of ALL college graduates in America are now women and that figure is increasing while at the same time, male college (and high school) graduates are decreasing.

*  Women accounted for 58% of book spending in 2012, up over 55% in 2011 (most were in the romance-fiction genre). 

The age at which American women first marry has increased to 27 years. 

* Since 1970, the marriage rate in America has declined by almost 60%. American divorce rates have skyrocketed since the 1960s.

* American single women now purchase homes at twice the rate of single men.

* In 2013, 74% of all start-up companies were women owned.

* Single women in America spent $20 billion on cars in 2012. American women make 93% of all food purchase decisions. 

* There will be more than 50 million single American women by 2035.

* Women accounted for 57% of total online users in the United States, and according to eMarketer estimates, that means there will be roughly 10 million more females online in the United States than males in just a few years.

* American women are entering prison at a higher rate than any other group.

* In one year alone, 350,000 American women brought lawsuits because their breast implants weren’t what they expected.

* 47% of students in law school are women.

* American women spent 24.4 percent more on butt lifts during the “Great Recession” while the average American income fell 0.6 percent during the same period.

* There are more than 20 million American men with “erectile dysfunction” (according to a Viagra TV commercial).

* A 2013 American Medical Association study, also showed that 400 million testosterone prescriptions were given to American men. 

* The study indicated testosterone therapy increased the risks of heart attack and strokes in men by 29%.

* 61% of pharmacy graduates are women.

* American men commit suicide four times more than American women.

* Of the American veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, 22 of them are committing suicide every day. 


A recent study titled “The Economic Impact of Women-owned Businesses in the United States” was released by the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC). The NWBC are Advisors to the President, Congress and the Small Business Administration (SBA).

Data highlights from the NWBC study:

* If U.S.–based women-owned businesses were their own country, they would have the 5th largest GDP (Gross Domestic Product) in the world, trailing closely behind Germany, and ahead of countries including France, United Kingdom and Italy.

* If U.S.–based women-owned businesses were their own country, they would have a greater GDP than Canada, India and Vietnam combined.

* Women-owned businesses in America have an annual economic impact of nearly $3 trillion.

* Women-owned firms produce employment for more than 23 million people in the United States, or 16% of our 2008 workforce.

* Approximately 8% of the total labor force work directly for a woman-owned firm.

* There are 175 countries with less population than the number women-owned firms employ (directly and indirectly).

From all the above facts, it should be obvious to you that something is going one that is very detrimental to American men and boys while millions of American women are still claiming to be held back, not equal and “victims” of men.

However, when one looks deeply into the myriad of the problems, one finds at the very core of the adverse affects on men and the dramatic increase in the financial power of American women - is bogus beauty.

What is bogus beauty you ask?

More next time (this is an excerpt from my book Bogus Beauty & The New Power of American Women).