San Francisco: Counter-Currents Publishing, 2015. Paperback. vii+175p., pictorial wraps, 6x9 inches, New.
From the back cover: "The most controversial aspect of Devlin's work is his argument that today's sexual dystopia is rooted just as much in women's nature as men's, exploring such taboo topics as female hypergamy (mating up), narcissism, infidelity, deceptiveness, and masochism. By showing their biological basis, F. Roger Devlin offers a non-traditional defense of traditional sexual morals and institutions and shows us the way out of today's sexual dystopia."
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