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Seven Times Listed in the Best Lawyers in America, Ruth Rymer Demonstrates Long Time Misogyny (the Hatred of or Hostility toward Women) in Her Book “Perfect Clarity”

In the stories that unfold in this book, Ruth masterfully utilizes her expertise as a retired attorney, specializing in family law: divorce, women’s rights, and gender conflict.

Castro Valley, California, U.S.A. – WEBWIRE

Misogyny remains a woman’s greatest challenge.

The author captures the sentiment, pain and entrapment experienced by women from abuse they received from society, the law, the workplace and even within intimate relationships from 1874 to the present time. “Perfect Clarity” is a novel, consisting of four short stories about five generations of women from the same family line. 
Issues in the late Nineteenth Century include lack of employment opportunities, birth control, and discrimination in the law.  The early Twentieth Century found a gradually improving, but a hardly adequate workplace, plus unrestrained domestic violence that could lead to a woman’s death.  Late Twentieth Century explored a new phenomenon: rape on campus. 
“Perfect Clarity” provides food for thought as to how a woman should stand up for herself and break free from the inevitable results of this hatred and hostility. The stories of Anna, Gloria, Carin, Kathleen, represent different situations where a woman can experience misogyny, and encourage women to find a way to fight back.
Certainly look for Ruth Rymer’s “Perfect Clarity” to be displayed in 2018 Public Library Association on March 31, 2018.

Book copies are available at Amazon and other book sellers
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Published by: Mill City Press, Inc.
Published date: September 19, 2017
Paperback price: $18.95

About the Author
Ruth Rymer holds a Ph.D., earned for her historical in-depth analysis of divorce, women’s rights, gender conflict and applicable law with an emphasis on California from 1858 to the present. She is an inactive (retired) attorney who specialized in family law. During her law practice, she was president of Queen’s Bench, the San Francisco Bay Area bar association to promote the welfare of women in the legal profession and the judiciary, and the Northern California Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. She was a leader in the formation of the State Bar’s program of certification of family law (specialization) and was listed in The Best Lawyers in America seven times. Ruth Rymer lives the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband, also an inactive (retired) attorney.

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