Are All Guys Assholes?

Are All Guys Assholes?

More Than 1,000 Guys in 10 Cities Reveal Why They’re Not, Why They Sometimes Act Like They Are, and How Understanding Their Real Feelings Will Solve Your Guy D

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  • Ebook
  • ISBN 9781101547557
  • 272 Pages
  • TarcherPerigee
  • Adult


What if everything you’ve been told about guys your entire life has been a lie? And what if your approach to sex, dating, and relationships is completely wrong, because it’s based on false assumptions about how men think and feel?

The idea that guys are "only interested in one thing," may help comedians, TV executives, and "dating gurus" make money, but it’s not the truth. That’s right-guys care about more than just sex, they don’t have to be coaxed into relationships, and they deeply value emotional connections with women. How do we know? Because sex and dating expert Amber Madison asked them. She grilled more than a thousand guys in ten cities through interviews and surveys. She examined every stage of romantic relationships-from meeting a guy to getting serious with him-in order to find out what men really think, and why they do the things they do.

Why do guys stop calling after a few dates? How can you tell if a guy actually likes you? How soon is too soon to have sex? Based on actual research, Are All Guys Assholes teaches you how to decipher and navigate any dating, hookup, or relationship situation. It explains the roots of some seemingly asshole-ish behaviors, and teaches you how to tell the good ones from the assholes once and for all. By the end, you’ll never look at guys the same way again.


“Ideal for young women navigating the dating scene.
–Kirkus Reviews

“She shows real compassion for both men and women here, and her voice is welcome in fighting the stereotypes about males we’ve come to accept unquestioningly. I wholeheartedly endorse her strategic advice for women. If you’re single and female you need to read this book.”
–Susan Walsh, Hooking Up Smart

Are All Guys Assholes? reads more like a conversation with that one friend who’s not afraid to ‘go there’ than a typical relationship advice book, leaving readers with a sense of hope, and a better understanding of what makes men tick.”
–Quality of Life magazine