|Date of Birth:||September 19, 1935|
|Ethnicity:||Argentinian, German, Jewish|
Esther Vilar an Argentinian author and playwright, who lives in Germany, wrote the well known anti-feminist book called, 'The Manipulated Man', which argued, that men learn to revel in a slave relationship with women. She argues that women learn from an early age how to make men responsible for everything potentially unpleasant in their life. At the same time making sure that men don't expect anything more than sex in return. Esther refers to this exchange as more exploitative on the part of women than the worst robber barons. It's important to note though that Esther Vilar self-identified as a 'feminine feminist'.
The book reads more like a sensational polemic than a serious effort. There are lots of instances of lazy thinking, and generalizations so sweeping they are almost comical. However, the book is basically correct.
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Esther, while not a trad-con, said in a televised debate with German feminist Alice Schwarzer that for a woman to, "spread her legs for her husband once or twice a week", is not hard work.