My biggest complaint with the book that drove me nuts the entire time was the lack of evidence based arguments. Tomasi would state that some study showed x, but then it is not referenced and the study is barely described. I found maybe one or two points in the book where he actually did do this. But a book like this should have at least 50-100 sources to back up these claims. He used his credentials of an undergraduate degree, which is essentially useless, in lieu of having to do that. He also uses buzzwords to make it sound more scientific, but he scarified flow and clarity in doing so. Really unnecessary and made him sound like a novice writer. There were also a number of spelling errors and editing issues that needed to be addressed before this saw the light of day.
I agree with the content because I've read many other books in the domain of evolutionary biology, so Tomasi isn't entirely wrong in the content. Which is good. However, if you want to be legitimate and make the sort of claims you are making, you need to back them up with solid science. And show where those references are from. This was an attempt by a blogger, who lacked formal training in writing and research, to sound legitimate. Ironically, this is exactly what feminists do, they make claims that support some confounded idea without any evidence based arguments to back it up. If you want to be better than them, you need to improve on your writing and research. I would recommend other books before this one or I would supplement this book with say 'The Red Queen: Sex and Evolution' or 'Mating Mind'. This isn't terrible and could be a nice entry point for further study, but further study is absolutely necessary.