"Gender" issues tend to be at the forefront of political activism undermining liberty. People are scared to deny women their special "rights", so strong is the affective conditioning concerning the issue - a perfect inroad for politicians, who thrive on substituting law by commands advancing special interests.
"Women's Rights - A War on Liberty", would be a title more apposite for the below book, it would seem. But even libertarians seem to dread the emotional storm that pricking this sacred cow is bound to trigger.
Not too long ago, the German state decreed special laws for the Jews in Germany, today, we are fond of passing laws that apply only to women, demolishing the fundamental principle of equality before the law - a more complete perversion of the emancipation of human beings (including, naturally, those that happen to be female) is hard to imagine.
Here is one of the hundreds of good, important or at least promising books that I am not likely to read in the foreseeable future or ever. I wonder, if some of our readers might want to look more closely at Liberty is No War on Women by Lukas, Schaeffer.
A recension would be most welcome.