What are some classic male novels?
Also, why aren't there any novels for men today?
novels targeted towards men, how about the entire genres of scifi, fantasy, crime, techno thriller, westerns.
in terms of literature and classic novels pretty much the entire /lit/ meme canon would be considered a "male novel' by people who would ever use that term
holy shit that is a great cover.
To answer your second question though, in modern society it is actually considered offensive to be a male, especially a white male. They literally don't market things to white men anymore because there would be a media out lash. Don't know how the previous generations have let this happen.
> They literally don't market things to white men
Look at the Bernie Sanders add, man. The people who appear in it? Predominantly white. The music in it? Made by white for, for white men. Who does it advertise? A white male.
Gates of Fire is a real good one.
But just a reminder to everyone: if you're not strong, you ain't a man in my book.
>novels targeted towards men, how about the entire genres of scifi, fantasy, crime, techno thriller, westerns.
Uh, what do women read then? Romance, erotic, self-help, diet books, religious, and high school literature?
Seems REALLY boring in comparison, but that's probably because I'm a man. A better question to ask is "what kind of literature do women in general actually like?"
Our country is still around 70% white. It's not favoring whites, it's just showing a reflection of what most of America actually looks like. I'm a Hispanic from a border town with 98% hispanics, and like 1.5% natives. When I first left town, I was culture shocked to meet so many white, black and Asian people because I was so insulated. Likewise, Bernie comes from Vermont, where it's like 98% white.
This isn't a bad thing, it's just the way things are.