London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 15, 2010 -- With many women in poor countries saying 'It is a curse to be a woman', we present this book as a beacon of hope for millions of women.
While gender inequality is rampant in the developing world, women in the developed world are not immune to discrimination. As a start, unequal pay between the sexes stares at all of us. Although statistics are appalling in the developing countries, when given a chance, as shown by the Grameen Bank system, women can do even better than men.
Going beyond that and many other successes of the female gender, our book 'Women's Power: Its Past, Its Present, Its Future: Femocracy' looks at the differences between man and women, identifies their powers, looks at the power equation forming civilizations and the future that is going to come. While this encyclopaedic book written in a compact style empowers even men through knowledge of more than 150 subjects discussed, the website site itself strives to spread awareness of their powers.
Combining our past, present and future in a single volume by a single author, this book is a rare and unique animal. Because of its uniqueness in many fronts, it hits the core of many curious readers. With media relying on earliest reporting as 'breaking news', it is this feature that could interest smart reporters. Their interest and spread of the message, in turn, could help the distressed women round the globe.
On our part, to deal with interested parties, we have created 'Women's Power' team. However, interested reporters can contact the author directly.