In promoting his new book, Hating Women: America's Campaign Against the Fairer Sex (ReganBooks, April 2005), radio host and WorldNetDaily columnist Rabbi Shmuley Boteach had the following to say about women on the May 4 edition of MSNBC's Scarborough Country to host Joe Scarborough:
BOTEACH: Well, civilization, Joe, has traditionally relied on women to civilize men, to teach them the benefits of domesticity and family over aggression and lechery. We are the first generation ever that has succeeded in making women more sleazy and more vulgar than men.
Do you ever notice that, before a woman goes out on a date these days, she would never read a newspaper to form an opinion? She wouldn't go to a library to gain knowledge. She sits in front of a mirror, paints her face, or goes to the gym, because, as far as she is concerned, men are trained and sensitized today to only appreciate her body. The feminist dream is dead.
Women really have been reduced to having to shock people into getting their attention, because the feminist dream of a woman's brain being taken seriously or being valued for her heart is dead, dead, dead.