Writer Pauline Harmange, whose book I Hate Men gained international attention after France’s Ministry of Gender Equality tried to ban it. Photo: Handout Writer Pauline Harmange, whose book I Hate Men gained international attention after France’s Ministry of Gender Equality tried to ban it. Photo: Handout
Writer Pauline Harmange, whose book I Hate Men gained international attention after France’s Ministry of Gender Equality tried to ban it. Photo: Handout
Gender equality

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

Pauline Harmange’s polemic against men, with all its contradictions and incompleteness, would not have come to the world’s attention had it not been for a man intent on taking offence without even reading it

Topic |   Gender equality
Writer Pauline Harmange, whose book I Hate Men gained international attention after France’s Ministry of Gender Equality tried to ban it. Photo: Handout Writer Pauline Harmange, whose book I Hate Men gained international attention after France’s Ministry of Gender Equality tried to ban it. Photo: Handout
Writer Pauline Harmange, whose book I Hate Men gained international attention after France’s Ministry of Gender Equality tried to ban it. Photo: Handout
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