Is this how all women view men? Do men agree that these are the visions that should rule their lives? Do these women writers sufficiently understand the male reality -- or have they overlooked or underemphasized something? Do they, for instance, overvalue relatedness and undervalue separateness? I do not know. But I deeply hope that this book will help foster healing dialogue among men and women on these and other questions so that we can create a society for our children and grandchildren that is less tortured by destructive gender socializations.