Knights Without Armor

angry-menA powerful volume and helpful guide – Publishers Weekly Thoughtful and provocative – San Francisco Chronicle Kipnis’ elegant portraits of men offer poignant support for his claims – Los Angeles Times A fresh vision that points the way for a new male psychology (from foreword by Robert A. Johnson) From the publisher: This completely revised and new edition offers any reader real insights into the often-private thoughts of men. It represents many years of practice, research and consulting devoted to educating parents, teachers and counselors about key aspects of male psychology that are often poorly understood in treatment and education. For women who want to better understand their relationships with men and for men who want to hear some straight talk from men who are courageously revisioning their lives, this book will be quite helpful.


“Dr. Kipnis’ talks at Harvard were wonderful. He opened up many minds about the struggles that men endure in this culture and went a long way toward overcoming the blaming and divisions that have characterized the women’s and men’s movements.”
—John E. Mack, Pulitzer Prize–winning professor of psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

“A powerful volume and helpful guide.”
—Publishers Weekly

“Thoughtful and provocative.”
—San Francisco Chronicle

“Kipnis has written the testament for the emerging men’s movement.”
—San Jose Mercury News

“Kipnis’ elegant portraits of men offer poignant support for his claims.”
—Los Angeles Times