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...If They Really Loved Us: Advocate's New Book, a Searing Indictment of Men, Urges Women to Pull Humanity Back from Brink of Destruction

Meticulously researched and persuasively crafted by women’s human rights advocate, D.J. Parsons, ‘...If They Really Loved Us.: The Failed Patriarchal System, Including: Women On the Right Side of the Dirt’ empowers women from all cultures and religions to act as God instructs and save what is left of the planet. Using an abundance of case studies and real-world examples, Parsons proves that male kind’s attempt at governing the planet has left it on the brink of destruction, with millions of women and children blamed for the problems men themselves created. Searing, raw and bold – Parsons knows women can fight back; this is their collective battle plan.


Lincoln, MO -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/04/2015 -- There's no way to hide from it; seven billion now live on a planet where people kill each other in the name of so-called peaceful religions, children are forced into labor and millions of women die at the hands of dictatorial power plays. But who is to blame? Author and advocate, D.J. Parsons, puts the blood on the hands of men who treat religion as warfare and governance as personal power.

For the first time in literary history, men who have too-long ruled the world for selfish gain are finally being put on trial. '...If They Really Loved Us.: The Failed Patriarchal System, Including: Women On the Right Side of the Dirt' is Parson's no-punches-pulled exposé of how men have ruined the planet, and a bold guide for women to save what is left.


Imagine a world without religion, where people act as God instructs instead of killing over differences in sacred scriptures. Would we be better as a species?

D.J. Parsons believes we might be—but only if control of human destiny can be wrested away from the men in power. In …if they really loved us. Parsons delivers a searing indictment of men: the men who kill and then use religion as an excuse to blame women for the world's woes; the men who neglect and abuse their families; the men who victimize women and children with their twisted power plays.

If humankind is to survive, Parsons declares, the solution lies with women. Men have had their turn at governing the world—look how that turned out. Only by surrendering to women's instincts and rational thinking can we save what's left of the planet and ensure our own survival.

A passionate plea for female sanity in a world gone male mad, Parsons challenges women of all religions to think about God's words and intentions for the world in a new way, rallying women to pull humanity back from the brink of destruction.

"What I propose isn't actually so radical, but more logical," explains Parsons. "Patriarchal systems have failed spectacularly, and these power-hungry men seriously threaten a wipeout of all humanity. Therefore, it's just good sense for women to lead us back to being a rational and compassionate race. Men had their chance; now it's our turn."

Continuing, "Of course, religion is the backbone, and it's time we acted as God intended rather than continue to twist religion into something we can use for personal gain. Millions of women and children will die this year while men continue to lay out our planet's agenda. It simply doesn't work, and I hope my book will help end the war against women and empower the fairer sex to become the fiercer sex. We have it in us, now it's time to unleash it."

With the book's demand expected to increase, interested readers are urged to purchase their copies as soon as possible.

'...If They Really Loved Us.: The Failed Patriarchal System, Including: Women On the Right Side of the Dirt' is available now: http://amzn.to/1D9pXkM

For more information, visit the author's official website: http://djparsons.com

About D.J. Parsons
Well-behaved women seldom make history, and D.J. Parsons has no intention of behaving. Never afraid to fight for what's right and good, Parsons believes women are brave, beautiful, and bullied far too often. She gives such women a voice through her writing.