I tried so hard to lean into this book with an open mind. I loved the Red Pill, and I think that men's rights discourse is so damned important.
But I'm not sure what the male equivalent of "hysterical" is but so much of the potentially awesome message in this book gets lost in it.
It gets two stars for talking about father's rights and body image, and trying to address some of the important issues facing men .
It loses the rest because it adopts the same old tired rhetoric that feminist are accused of all the time, and pits us off against one another, when frankly I think if both feminists and MRAs sat down and stopped using their butts as hats, we all want a lot of the same stuff.
There's a touch of anger and indignation to this book. But after reading the copious facts assembled to back-up the author's points you'll be feeling a bit angry too. The book is well written, concise and reveals a reality that few men realise they're living. Men are carrying many of society's burden and are barely asking for what's fair in return.