This Book has its limitations being 100 or so pages. However, it is short and keeps the reader engaged rather than taking them along an extremely long ride. It has achieved the balancing act between quantity and quality. I might not agree with every aspect of this book, still it addressed serious civil rights issues. Which have never seen any serious attention or focus within culture, this failure is causing more and more people to embrace new and more progressive ideas. That acknowledge the civil and human rights of people who are not heterosexual white women. If you aren’t a heterosexual white woman than this book is for you. Because within there are important lessons and warnings that are best heeded. Conventional ideas and talking points of civil and human rights provide results only for a small number of people. The feminist lie exposes the reader to new and ground-breaking ideas, ones that just might provide results. The stories and lessons are powerful especially to new readers and in my view, it is worth 20 bucks. Atton Mathews
If this book doesn't make you angry then you haven't read it. Read it. Get angry and do something. I'd be making sure any teenage boys have read this book so that they can know mlwhat is in store for them.
The system is not broken. It is that way by design and its time for men to know this before their wives start raw dogging them in the assets with the help of the divorce courts.