I’m occasionally asked if I’m anti-marriage. I’m not, although I’m against legislation and a justice system which uses divorce as a means to enrich women – particularly women with children – at the expense of men. I believe this is highly toxic to relations between men and women, and it’s hardly surprising that so many men today are disinclined to marry. The institution of marriage today gives men nothing they couldn’t get outside it, and it piles a mountain of risks on them.
In 2009, just before I started actively fighting the scourge of militant feminism, I wrote a book titled The Marriage Delusion: the fraud of the rings? It received plenty of reader acclaim, and testimonials from leading authors and psychologists:
A highly original and stimulating critique of the modern marriage crisis, supported by important yet sometimes uncomfortable truths.
Oliver James, clinical psychologist, broadcaster, author of Affluenza, Britain on the Couch, They F*** You Up, How Not to F*** Them Up
Mike Buchanan’s analysis of marriage in western industrialised society is courageous and thoughtful. His perspectives on the challenges associated with marriage, and solutions to them, draw on important scientific evidence and arguments from some of our leading psychologists and wisest philosophers. This is a ‘must-read’ for all concerned with modern marriage.
Alan Carr, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University College, Dublin, author of The Handbook of Adult Clinical Psychology, Family Therapy and Positive Psychology
The book’s a hardback (with a dust jacket). The first edition was limited to 500 copies, the last few copies of which are still available, if you’re quick.
The book received good reviews – almost all with the maximum 5-stars – from buyers on Amazon:
If you’d like the book signed and/or a dedication added, please order it direct from the publisher’s website (link below). It costs £9.95 inc p&p for delivery in the UK, p&p is payable for delivery outside the UK.
Some of the content is available here:
A paperback edition was launched in 2010, with the title The Fraud of the Rings. It costs £6.00 and can also be ordered from the publisher’s website. In common with The Marriage Delusion, it will be signed and/or dedicated upon request.