By Stephen Wicks
Warriors and Wildmen is a book about men and masculinity. Through an exploration of the complex issues of sex differences, the book presents a challenge to the predominant ideas of modern feminism. Contemporary studies of sex and gender have come primarily from the perspective of women's studies. In the 1990s, however, a growing body of work offers a male perspective. This book surveys that collection, and draws from a wide variety of popular and scholarly writers in support of its major points. This book will be of interest to anyone involved in men's studies, gender issues, and feminism.