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Misogyny and Womenís Struggle for Equality

Oppression and discrimination of women woven in intergenerational story


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Perfect Clarity by Ruth Rymer
Perfect Clarity by Ruth Rymer

ďA set of clear, first-person accounts that show from the inside how menís and womenís picture of marriage and relationship can differ.†A thought-provoking book.Ē - Nancy Schluntz, Amazon Customer

Womenís fight for equality has come a long way, but there is still more to be done. In Ruth Rymerís Perfect Clarity, she tells the struggles of four women in a male-dominated society and how they fought for the betterment of all women.

From 1874 to the 1990s, four women from the same family have worked their way to a better life. All these women present various struggles. Anna (1874) belonged to the time of arranged marriages, limited employment opportunities, and reproductive control for women. Gloria (1906) is being sexually abused by her husband. Carin (1952) married a man who demeans her, leading her to join the fight for womenís rights. Kathleen (1992), although belonging to a generation where women are slowly overcoming misogyny, realizes it still exists in personal relationships.

Perfect Clarity is a firsthand account of misogyny from relatable characters and an even more relatable plot. Amazon customer Nancy Schluntz says, ďA set of clear, first-person accounts that show from the inside how menís and womenís picture of marriage and relationship can differ.†A thought-provoking book.Ē

Copies of the book are available in all major online retailers. More information about the book at www.ruthrymer.com.


Perfect Clarity
A Novel about Our Male-Dominated Misogynist Society and Four Women Who Fought Back (1874 to the Present)
Written by Ruth Rymer
Kindle | $7.99
Paperback | $18.95

Book copies are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.


About the Author

Ruth Rymer is an inactive (retired) attorney specializing in family law. She has a PhD in historical analysis of divorce, womenís rights, gender conflict, and applicable law. She was also listed seven times in the Best Lawyers in America.


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 Perfect Clarity
 Ruth Rymer
 Male-dominated society
 Womenís Equality
 Misogyny


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