Gender Oppression: A bloke's perspective on the struggle for gender equality

McLeod’s book highlights how he feels men are disadvantaged in society by institutional sexism in public policy and the overaggressive tactics and practices of a small minority of feminists who have a disproportionate level of social influence leading to the misconception that they speak as a voice for all women. More

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About Allan McLeod

Allan McLeod was born in June 1988 and lives in Middleborough, in the UK. He is an honours graduate of the Open University, England and he has also studied at the University of Worcester and Inverness College of the University of the Highlands and Islands. He has higher educational qualifications in Natural & Health Sciences as well as Managing Care.

Allan now writes in the fields of social sciences and fiction. His interests are socializing, writing and personal fitness, including running and cycling.

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