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  • New Anti-feminist novel, The Macabre Dance

    For anyone who has enjoyed my previous books - I’ve just put a new novel on Amazon as a paperback and kindle ebook (it’ll be available as an ebook from other digital stores in a few months).

    It’s an explicitly anti-feminist novel and it’s called “The Macabre Dance: a Contemporary Woman meets a Contemporary Man”.

    The story takes place on a stormy night with the rain pouring down and the sky split by lightning. A woman arrives home to find a strange man in her remote country cottage. Trapped together during the endless hours of darkness they must try to find a way to communicate. It won’t be easy.

    The novel is a dramatic depiction of the feminist estrangement of the sexes. It’s like “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf” with added anti-feminism. The question for the reader is: Is this a nightmare vision of terminal gender alienation? Or is it just a story from the society in which we live?

    Anyone who’s interested can find the book through my website at https://jptate.jimdo.com/new-for-2017 or by doing a search on Amazon.

    Cheers.
    We fight rather to keep something alive than in the expectation that it will triumph. (TS Eliot)
    http://jptate.jimdo.com/

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    JN Morgan has been encouraging me to do a free promotion on Amazon and he's won me over to the idea (just this once!), so I've scheduled a freebie.

    The Macabre Dance can be downloaded free from Amazon on May 3rd and May 4th.
    We fight rather to keep something alive than in the expectation that it will triumph. (TS Eliot)
    http://jptate.jimdo.com/

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    • #3
      Thank you JP for these brilliant works.

      I downloaded and read the sample for "Feminism is Sexism" three or four months ago and I loved it. Its well written and amazingly insightful. I put it in a queue of books I'm meant to buy and read but have not gotten around to it yet but I am not going to wait. I am just going to go ahead and purchase the book as well as this new novel. I will also not be waiting for the promotion. These books are worth their weight in gold but this is more than that. It is an investment in change all be it a very minuscule one.
      Last edited by Equity; 05-03-2017, 12:55 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by JP Tate View Post
        For anyone who has enjoyed my previous books - I’ve just put a new novel on Amazon as a paperback and kindle ebook (it’ll be available as an ebook from other digital stores in a few months).

        It’s an explicitly anti-feminist novel and it’s called “The Macabre Dance: a Contemporary Woman meets a Contemporary Man”.

        The story takes place on a stormy night with the rain pouring down and the sky split by lightning. A woman arrives home to find a strange man in her remote country cottage. Trapped together during the endless hours of darkness they must try to find a way to communicate. It won’t be easy.

        The novel is a dramatic depiction of the feminist estrangement of the sexes. It’s like “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf” with added anti-feminism. The question for the reader is: Is this a nightmare vision of terminal gender alienation? Or is it just a story from the society in which we live?

        Anyone who’s interested can find the book through my website at https://jptate.jimdo.com/new-for-2017 or by doing a search on Amazon.

        Cheers.

        Thanks! I just bought a copy too. Looking forward to reading it.
        FEMINISM is a HATE GROUP - Feminists are HATEFUL PEOPLE
        It's time to call it out for what it is.



        The World of Men - Men's Rights / MGTOW / Sites of Interest to Men

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        • #5
          Thank you Equity and thank you Mr E.

          I really appreciate your support. I hope you enjoy the books and, as always, any constructive criticism (whether positive or negative) is welcome. I hope to write more books in the future, so I'm very grateful for any help I can get in making them better.
          We fight rather to keep something alive than in the expectation that it will triumph. (TS Eliot)
          http://jptate.jimdo.com/

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          • #6
            Originally posted by JP Tate View Post
            Thank you Equity and thank you Mr E.

            I really appreciate your support. I hope you enjoy the books and, as always, any constructive criticism (whether positive or negative) is welcome. I hope to write more books in the future, so I'm very grateful for any help I can get in making them better.
            Hi JP. Your'e not the only one writing fiction as a counter to feminism. With me the issue is that cinema and tv have always used violence toward men as a form of entertainment. In the past mainly by men, as in bar broom brawls in Hollywood westerns, Bond movies, tv shows like The Saint and The A Team, but increasingly women beating and killing men is being served up as entertainment, including family films. For me a crunch moment was the Wonder Woman film. WW isn't even limited to extreme feminism, it's explicitly anti-men. When I read of feminists crying with joy at the sight of the Amazons and WW killing men I decided there needed to be a reply. So I created a girl called Petal, a crime fighting lady with formidable fighting skills, who, in the short story I wrote, takes down a gang of female crooks. Violently! Though I don't favour violence being treated as entertainment, if men being beaten can be served up as entertainment, as feminists see it, why not women getting the same violent treatment? Actually my story isn't as violent as WW as there's no deaths, but a lot of women do suffer painful injuries inflicted by my tough heroine Petal. An extract can be seen here, http://goodgirlsvbadgirls.blogspot.co.uk
            An illustrated version of this tale will be released in a few weeks, I've drawn over 80 pictures, just need to create a document including them.
            Arguing the case against the feminist fanatics from an intellectual stand point is important, but entertainment plays a big role in forming public attitudes, and it's about time we created alternatives to the feminists films, books and artwork.

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