But, for the most part, it's not male supremacy that the men in Stiffed miss; it's companionship and social relevance.
She has more reason than most to know that the part of Stiffed which is likely to get big media play is when she talks about the failings of feminists.
From my reading of Stiffed and my own experience, I'd say men were betrayed at the start.
As she did in Backlash, Faludi looks too little at the constructions of race, class, and heterosexuality in Stiffed.
I'd also say there's great and complicated stuff in Stiffed that reveals how our economic System screws white working class males and their families.
I suspect Stiffed will be labeled "Faludi's Apology to Men.