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“A smart, thoughtful and brutally honest recounting of one man's personal journey to emotional maturity.
I sat forward in my chair and hung on every word … a riveting storytelling experience … you'll
likely ponder many of its passages long after you leave.”
   
- Encore Michigan   

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"A thoughtful, well reasoned, hysterically funny, occasionally profane and consistently entertaining
treatise on what men do, why they do it, and what can be done to stop it."
    - Auburn Citizen

"A Funny, Incisive, One Man Journey to Enlightenment!"  
-  San Francisco Bay Times


"Hilarious and meaningful!
  A lot of fun and a lot of Truth!"
- Marianne Williamson

"Hilarious, Profound, Important!"

- Ben Vereen

"Men Fake Foreplay needs
to fly across America and
abroad and be translated
into many languages!"


- Amy Smart, Actor/Activist

"Mike Dugan wields smart comedy against today's
cultural hypocrisies in the
same way Lenny Bruce did during the 1960's. Dugan
 is definitely worth seeing!”


- John Magnuson - Producer/Director
'The Lenny Bruce Performance Film'


"Genuinely intelligent and thought provoking."

- Chortle.co.uk

 



Chivalry isn't dead. It's on life support.

Emmy® winning writer and comedian Mike Dugan's "Men Fake Foreplay" is
a hilarious and uplifting morality tale about the trials and errors encountered
along the road to becoming a man in a ‘boys will be boys’ world.
 

"Filled with funny
and philosophical insights -  Dugan's take goes far beyond yuks about leaving the
toilet seat up.


- Washington Post

"H
is keen observations
of social norms and
hypocrisies call to mind
George Carlin. Like
Carlin, Dugan has a
first class mind with
an R-rated vocabulary."


- In The Spotlight


"Flawless. Charismatic. Painstakingly well written."

- Time Out London

"Witty. Dry. Sweetly self-deprecating. His gentle philosophising really
draws you in.

 
- The Scotsman
, Edinburgh

 

"Gives us all hope that maybe one day we'll be able to behave a little better towards the opposite sex."

- Mayfair News London


 












 

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