For Young Women Only

For Young Women Only

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Unlock the Male Mystery

Guys will be guys. And now girls can know what that means! For Young Women Only dives into the mysterious inner-workings of the teenage male mind so that you can begin to understand why guys say and do what they do. Exploring critical topics including respect, insecurity, appearance, physical affection, and the "tough and tender"-ness of guys, this book is also packed with "ask the expert" sections, quotes, and fun personal stories from guys in all walks of life. Why is he so visually stimulated? You may wish it weren't so, but that won't make it so. I don't want to put on a front for him to like me. Actually, he wants your genuineness, too! This book will help you grasp how God wired the opposite sex so you can enjoy your relationships with them.

Why Are Guys So Weird ?

Unravel the mystery. A national scientific survey and in-depth personal interviews give you an unprecedented look inside the teenage male mind. Discover how: He'd be perfectly fine if he was loved by few and hated by many...as long as he was respected by all His ego is the size of Africa (but so are his insecurities) He hides his real feelings under a tough exterior He's magnetized by pretty girls-but also wants to find a diamond in the rough He actually does want to marry a virgin He just wants you to be yourself.

It's the inside scoop you've been waiting for! You'll come to not only understand him, but also know what he might really be thinking about you.


"This is a phenomenal book that I wish I'd had as a teenager!"
-Shannon Ethridge, Bestselling author, Every Young Woman's Battle

"Girls, this book is a MUST-read!"
-Candace Cameron Bure, Actress, speaker

Story Behind the Book

"My teenage daughter really needs to hear this!" Such was the typical reaction from countless men and women who read Shaunti Feldhahn 's bestselling For Women Only. "If forty-year-old women are surprised by the truth about how men think, we realized the value in helping teenagers discover these realities as well," says Shaunti. Teaming with her best friend Lisa Rice, a mother of teen girls and the coauthor of For Women Only Discussion Guide , they launched a major national survey of guys fifteen to twenty. Their surprising findings are revealed here to help girls improve their relationships with the opposite sex, now and into the future.
Publisher: Sisters, Or. : Multnomahr Publishers, c2006
ISBN: 9781590526507
1590526503
Branch Call Number: 248.84 Feldhahn 2006
248.84 Feldhahn 2006
Characteristics: 188 p. : ill. ; 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Rice, Lisa Ann

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bibliorazzo Dec 18, 2011

188 pages about how to make yourself a blank slate to avoid offending, insulting, or "luring" the young men in your life. Includes requisite chapter on losing weight - because guys can't help not be attracted to you if you're 20 lbs overweight - but of course after endless messaging about how to look, act, dress, talk, and think, ends with the completely contrary instruction to "be yourself."

Other messages in this book include that all young men's problems originate with girls; young men are incompetent ciphers who require the love, affection, and guidance of a young woman to be whole; and that young women are primarily mean, self-absorbed creatures who don't understand "the effect" they have on the world around them (ie. if someone "lusts" for you, it's your fault, they can't help themselves).

The book avoids discussing the fact that, according to the authors' own survey, 64-82% of young men are complete hypocrites when it comes to pre-marital sex, while promoting the evo-psych view that guys are helpless slaves to testosterone. Possibly the most problematic message of all is that all young men are deserving of unconditional respect at all times, regardless of their behaviour. Combined with the book's declaration that "82% of young men don't feel the ability or responsibility" to stop sexual activity once it starts, there are some pretty overt rape-apology subtexts here.

An assault on feminism and a crime against young women.

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