There is only one thing more difficult than understanding feminism, it's to explain it. For the huge majority of the people, feminism is exactly or more or less what it claims to be: a struggle of women for equality between the sexes. Actually, this is not what feminism is. It has in fact more to see with a means of government of modern states that with a war between sexes. Abraham Lincoln once said: « You can't fool all of the people all the time ». He was wrong, you can. The proof that you can is that feminism does it. This book, however, does not try to explain the hidden nature of feminism. It is not a theory about feminism. It only points out some contradictions in the feminist logomachy. And it's not so bad.