Reviews and Commentary

February 19, 2005
Linda Chavez, "Girls Behaving Badly"
Linda Chavez references Taking Sex Differences Seriously

August 2, 2004
Reactions from the Blogosphere
Read what bloggers have to say about the book

July 24, 2004
Review from The Weekly Standard
By Harvey Mansfield

July 22, 2004
Review from Strike the Root
By Bernard Chapin

July 21, 2004
Review from The New York Sun
By Gordon Haber

July 18, 2004
Review from the VDARE.COM
By Steve Sailor

July 12, 2004
Review from The National Review
By Allan Carlson

July 11, 2004
Review from The New York Post
By Felice Maranz

June 24, 2004
Review from To the Source
By Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse

June 19, 2004
Review from News Weekly
By Bill Muehlenberg

June 16, 2004
Review from The American Spectator
By P. David Hornik

June 4, 2004
Review from
By Jonathan Butcher and Melissa Pardue

May 2, 2004
Advance Praise
By various authors and scholars

What Others Say

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"You're a wise man and it's a wise book."
Tucker Carlson
PBS' Unfiltered, August 20, 2004

"...provocative, compelling, entertaining....While polite, even generous, toward his intellectual opponents, Rhoads still reveals "the androgynous project" to be nothing less than "misogynist." 
Allan Carlson
National Review, July 12, 2004

"You must, must, must, must read this book. It's a fabulous book. I've got it in a special place on my bookshelf so that I can refer to it because it's so important. Well researched, there is just so much in it. Rhoads shows how denial of sex differences has helped to create the sexual revolution, fatherless families, and policies such as Title IX, and the call for universal day care. An important, fascinating, ground breaking book."
Dr. Laura Schlesinger
From Dr. Laura's Show, June 1
, 2004

"...a Superb Contribution to the Social Sciences. Meticulously researched and engagingly written, this book is recommended to anyone interested in the modern psychological findings on sex differences. Across multiple disciplines in the social sciences, this book meets an intense need for college courses dealing with the development of contrasting male-female behavioral proclivities."
David Lubinski
Professor of Psychology and Human Development at Vanderbilt University

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