A book designed to anger people of all genders but set to prove a point and provoke thought in the end.
Honestly, have social movements of gender equality and rights become this far detached from reality? The concepts of sexism and discrimination have made some so enthralled with the notion that one's gender (whichever that is) is oppressed and put down by the other that they struggle for benefit as opposed to equality. This is can be a hard topic to truly address or face. We have been oppressed by notions of being politically correct for so long, and blamed for questioning the status quo, that we find ourselves back at a similar state of sexism as existed at the turn of the 19th century.
It is cautioned that the contents of this book are highly controversial. They are not designed for everyone to agree with. In fact they are designed for no one to agree with, and I hope the listener does not agree with it. Hopefully, people will form their own opinions and perhaps come up with a way society can improve itself.