Martin Wehrle: "Mr. Miller, you’re not pregnant?!". Mosaik Verlag (Paperback, Society & culture)

"Mr. Miller, you’re not pregnant?!"

Why the working career of a woman would be a scandal for every man

Original Title: "Herr Müller, Sie sind doch nicht schwanger?!"

original edition

Paperback, with flaps, 320 pages, 13.5 x 20.6 cm, 5.3 x 8.1 in.
ISBN: 978-3-442-39255-1
€ 14.99 [D] | € 15.50 [A] | CHF 21.90 * (* rec. retail price) recommended retail price

Publishing House: Mosaik Verlag

Date of publication: September 29, 2014
This title is available.

 

Rights sold to: Hungary (Bálint), Korea (Galmaenamu)



Martin  Wehrle - "Mr. Miller, you’re not pregnant?!"
 
 
 

 

A humorous wakeup call for society

What would be happening in a country if men earned a fifth less than women? If they were passed over in promotions and interrupted constantly while talking? If they had to sit scantily dressed at the secretary desk and make coffee for their female bosses? All hell would break loose! The fact that women are treated in such a way, however, is considered completely normal.

In his new book Martin Wehrle turns the tables. All of this happens to a man, Mr. Miller, who wakes up one morning as a woman. A narrative device that reveals the nonsense of daily discrimination and that illuminates this scandalous arrangement – which will amuse us at first, and then shame us – and demands for women the right to fulfilment, to a career with (or without) children at a decent salary.

The book shows women how they can avoid the pitfalls in their profession, implement their wishes, and discover their personal happiness. Filled with forward-looking declarations and yet at the same time amusing reading.



• The Spiegel bestselling author revealing in humorous stories how women in the working world are discriminated against and why it is time this should stop

• 50,000 sold copies of Am I the Fool Here?

• 260,000 sold copies of his I'm Working in a Madhouse books

"Where Martin Wehrle is on the cover, the best entertainment is guaranteed."

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