In Honor vs. the Amazonian World, author Mitchell Milo explores the relentless increase in Amazonian attacks on real men, by writing an incrimination against 'Tyrannical Souls,"-those he blames for the constant and unbalanced viewpoints that he alleges are more prevalent in our world today.
Canadian-born Mitchell Milo, currently a resident of Japan, carefully examines the roots of the common disparities between men and women from biological, historical, governmental, and military perspectives, as well as in order of importance-truth, honor, and loyalty. Using the voice of an average man, Milo focuses on how we can find true social balance in our international culture by referencing the works of Socrates, other Greek gods, and past and current political leaders. As a foreigner, Milo both objectively and specifically probes into the issues and views of both European nations as well as the United States-deftly comparing the cultures from a foreigner's viewpoint. The seven chapters in this book will not only defend real men, strong men, and their attitudes toward life, but also will prudently examine our changing society in great detail.
While certain to be controversial to some, Honor vs. the Amazonian World will surely stir thought-provoking conversations in both men and women living in all regions of the world.