I Hate Men: if writer Pauline Harmange had anticipated the attention she might not have written it at all

//I Hate Men: if writer Pauline Harmange had anticipated the attention she might not have written it at all

I Hate Men: if writer Pauline Harmange had anticipated the attention she might not have written it at all

I Hate Men by Pauline Harmange (translated by Natasha Lehrer), Fourth Estate When, some future day, French feminists erect a monument to those who have furthered the cause, the name Ralph Zurmély will surely deserve a special mention. He’s the male who, in the summer, objected to a book called Moi les hommes, je les déteste – I Hate Men – and threatened its publisher, Monstrograph, with criminal prosecution. As is so often the case, Zurmély – who works for France’s Ministry of Gender Equality –…

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