Richard F. Doyle served four
years with the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and three years with the Marine Corps Reserve, including a stint at officer
training school in Quantico, Virginia. He was an air traffic controller for l7 years and an active commercial
pilot and flight instructor for 3 years. He coached two U.S. Tug of War teams at the 1986 World Tournament
in The Netherlands. Richard F. Doyle is the author of The Rape of the Male and
Save the Males.
According to the book description of Save the Males, “The title, captures
the essence of this book. There is a great “to do” about the alleged problems women encounter
by virtue of their gender. The problems of men, especially fathers, receive very little attention.
In the last several generations of our feminized, lawyered-up society, the position of men has deteriorated significantly.
The male of the species is under increasing attack legally, politically, economically and culturally.
That famous phrase from
George Orwell’s Animal Farm, “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others” is apropos.
To say that gender bias is present is to state the obvious; the dogs in the street know it. Dual
discrimination, pro-female and anti-male, is pervasive. This bias, a near universal Zeitgeist, is so institutionalized
it is taken for granted. There are few expectations of women, and many of men. Oversimplified,
the cause of men’s sorry situation is a combination of misplaced chivalry and misandry. This and
the metastasizing of Feminism have severely damaged society.
A large part of this tome is devoted to domestic relations (divorce) because that is where males
and society are most harmed. Therein lie vast social engineering schemes and prejudices working to the
detriment of traditional men and traditional families. Bad as it is, divorce is but one facet of a general
pattern of discrimination, a double standard that extends into nearly all areas of law and society, in domestic relations,
crime punishment, employment, and in men’s very image.”