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PUSS-I-FI-CA-TION: The act, or process, of a man being shamed, taught, lead, pastored, drugged, or otherwise coerced or cajoled into throwing out his brain, handing over his balls, and formally abandoning the rarefied air of the testosterone-leader-fog that God and nature hardwired him to dwell in, and instead become a weak, effeminate, mangina sporting, shriveled up little pussy.

In Giles' latest, and most raucous book, he takes "Generation Pussy" from the warm wet womb of "Pussville" to the rarefied air of "Mantown". This is definitely one of the most politically incorrect books to ever hit the market. It will most certainly offend the entitled whiners, but it will also be a breath of fresh air to young males who wish to be men instead of hipster dandies.

©2016 Doug Giles (P)2016 Doug Giles

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  • Paulyd
  • 2020-09-06

Nothing accomplished

All this book is doing is banishing and talkin
Doesn’t give advise or tips other than go be a tough man.

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  • LaPortaMA
  • 2018-05-07

can be a little bit crude but very enjoyable

Doug can be crude at times but I'd still like to meet him. He touches on a lot of good and valid points and be sure to offend a few people. If you have wondered what is happening to masculinity, it's certainly a question. I don't know that all the answers are in and time will tell. But there is room for awareness. People talk about how the culture has to change but then they forget that the culture is composed of each and everyone of us, integrated.

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  • Kevin
  • 2018-05-04

Every male in America needs this book

Doug does an awesome job. Be sure to check him out on "Warriors & Wildmen"

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  • seen it
  • 2018-04-20

LOL...not for the easily offended

Forgot how I heard about this book. Accidentally bought the digital non audio version then saw there was an audio book. as I am nearly ADHD, self diagnosed, I wanted to be doing stuff and gaining knowledge or wisdom. This book was entertaining and hit most of the areas on which I ponder. If you want a "Re" fresh look at unapologetic manhood...read or listen.

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  • robert
  • 2017-09-23

What a disappointment

Author has the mentality and delivery of an adolescent. Ridiculous book. Embarrassed I even downloaded it.

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  • Aaron D. Davis (Author - @TattooPreacher)
  • 2020-11-24

If Andrew Dice Clay met Jesus and wrote a book...

The title really says it all. There is no mistaking what you're getting into when you order this book. Is it crass? Yep! Is it offensive? See the title! Is it a book I would let my twelve-year-old read about being a man? No, but I might make him read it when he's 17.

As a middle-aged, medically retired SWAT team member and Detective, I've had more encounters with young men who have no idea and have had no example of what it means to really be a man in today's society. Giles brings up some great points that transcend age from an experential perspective and a packaging that no doubt will not be soon forgotten.

If language and delivery is power, Giles delivers a Mike Tyson uppercut to Political Correctness and then to make sure you never forget him bites a chunk out of your ear.

I found myself shaking my head and laughing multiple times throughout the read at his packing in a, "I can't believe he just said that" way, but undeniably I agreed with his position.

Do I recommend this book...? I don't even know how to answer that. I don't think most of you can handle it... But, there is some wisdom gold beneath the gruff packaging if you are willing to perceive it.

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  • JS
  • 2019-09-13

Required reading for boys

Should be required reading for young men and boys in this day and age. Some basic wisdom bestowed in here for the clueless young bucks, I truly wish it was unnecessary but alas it is not the norm to raise your boys to be men anymore. That’s where Mr Giles can lend a hand, listen and try not to be offended. The truth hurts sometimes and this world/generation needs a little more pain of this sort. Passing it along to my male compatriots to help disseminate among the brood.

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  • Alejandro Oramas
  • 2019-04-12

Great book!!!

Simple and to the point. It is number 2 on the books I needed to read and on the top 4 of the books love more!!! A must read, highly recommended and I will listen it again for sure!!! Just one of the best books I've ever listen!!!

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  • Nick Fee
  • 2017-12-31

First audio book I can't listen to completion...

What disappointed you about Pussification?

The Writing is poor. The performance is stilted and lacking any charisma.
The overall theme of masculinity in this is a caricature, but a poorly executed one. The author's idea of manhood is akin to what an eleven year old's idea may be. There is absolutely no nuance to anything he says.

I recommend avoiding this book/audio-book and skipping straight to Amazon to purchase a copy of "Men are Better Than Women" by Dick Masterson. The satire is properly executed and generates many good laughs.

The only positive thing I can say about the author is that he actually 'man'd' up and wrote this book, published it and recorded any audio book. Regardless of any negative criticism I commend him for being a "doer" and I don't begrudge his making of a dollar or two on it.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Going to re-listen to Bert Kreischer's audio book.

How could the performance have been better?

Instead of trying to save money by reading it himself, get a professional voice actor although the material is so poor this could not be saved.
Also the recording quality is "ok" a little bit tinny and some mild sibilance can be heard.

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  • Richflyer
  • 2017-10-11

What a riot!

Never has so much truth been presented in such an entertaining style. This was 2 hours of thought provoking, side-splitting entertainment.

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