Laura Bates is the Founder of the Everyday Sexism Project and writes regularly for the New York Times, Guardian, Telegraph and many others. She is a regular contributor to the Today Programme, Woman's Hour, Channel 4 News, Newsnight and more, and has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen's Honours List for services to gender equality.
'Laura Bates has done it again. From bantz to outright brutality,
she exposes the landscape of misogyny. Passionate and forensic,
Bates produces a powerful feminist clarion call. The world needs to
take notice. Things must change.' -- Anita Anand
'A book that is a challenging and sobering read but also brave, meticulously researched - and vital to anyone serious about tackling misogyny.' -- Anna James
'A book of courage and tenacity. Laura's humanity shines through. She is always a voice worth paying attention to. She continues to fight a battle that should have ended long ago and she reminds us that we must be part of it.' -- Robin Ince
'Laura Bates continues to be one of the most powerful, vulnerable and incredible feminist voices of our time. She is unafraid of tackling the most complex, dark and nuanced aspects of the patriarchy and shining a light on them in order to change the world. Men Who Hate Women is a fascinating, mind-blowing and deeply intelligent book that should be recommend reading for every person on our planet. Laura Bates is my HERO and two chapters into this book, she will be yours too.' -- Scarlett Curtis
'Be prepared. This book is shocking. Just as we thought we knew all we needed to know about misogyny, here comes the bad news. Dark and menacing, this investigation of toxic masculinity is a wake-up call to men and women who want a better world.' -- Helena Kennedy, QC
'In Men Who Hate Women, Laura Bates offers the alternative red pill to those who favour love, logic and humanity over debilitating hate. Bates' exploration of the manosphere - from the monetised toxicity of social and mainstream media - to Number Ten, the Whitehouse and complacent law enforcers, should wake up and shame all of the above.
If its brutally forensic honesty is sometimes painful to read, imagine what it was to live, investigate and write. When once more, we award medals to our bravest feminist heroes, Laura Bates gets the Purple Heart.
Young people, parents, teachers, journalists and legislators should read this important book. All those keyboard warriors pounding away in the dark, should dare to read it. The only thing to fear is fear itself.' -- Shami Chakrabarti
'Laura Bates is a total powerhouse. This book is hard to read; triggering, unfiltered, shocking and urgent. Laura has done again what she does best: gone there, all the way, to the darkest corners and brought all the research, anecdotes and interviews to the surface for us all to see. This is how change is made: by looking at uncomfortable things directly in the eye and not turning away. This book is a rallying cry to end suffering, for both women AND men.' -- Emma Gannon