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Warren Farrell discusses Boy Crisis and Fatherlessness with Presidential Candidates

Wage Gap Myth: Why Men Earn More

Obama’s Missed Opportunity: A White House Council on Boys and Men

Warren Farrell, Ph.D.
When Barack Obama became President, he immediately created a White House Council on Women and Girls. Shortly after, I got a call from the White House inquiring of my interest to be an adviser. I added to my enthusiasm the need for a White House Council on Boys and Men. To accomplish that, I created a multi-partisan coalition of 34 prominent thought leaders to discover whether the government had a valid role in transforming the boy crisis into our sons’ opportunities.


Forbes.com – The Need to Create a White House Council on Boys to Men – by Rahim Kanani

In March 2009, President Obama signed an Executive Order creating the White House Council on Women and Girls. “The purpose of this Council is to ensure that American women and girls are treated fairly in all matters of public policy,” said President Obama. Today, Dr. Warren Farrell is leading the charge of a new proposal, to create a White House Council on Boys to Men.


The New York Times: Exploiting the Gender Gap

September 5, 2005
Exploiting the Gender Gap
Carlsbad, Calif. — Nothing disturbs working women more than the statistics often mentioned on Labor Day showing that they are paid only 76 cents to men’s dollar for the same work. If that were the whole story, it should disturb all of us; like many men, I have two daughters and a wife in the work force.


Guns Don’t Kill People: Our Sons Do


Warren Farrell on Oprah: Award for “Most-Entertaining Oprah” ‘Greedy Women’ (1991)

Dr Warren Farrell’s Evolution of Love: Role Mate to Soul Mate

Dr. Warren Farrell on BBC: Five Myths About Men & Male Power