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Reddit reviews on Good Will Toward Men: Women Talk Candidly About the Balance of Power Between the Sexes

Sentiment score: 1
Reddit mentions: 2

We found 2 Reddit mentions of Good Will Toward Men: Women Talk Candidly About the Balance of Power Between the Sexes. Here are the top ones.

Found 2 comments on Good Will Toward Men: Women Talk Candidly About the Balance of Power Between the Sexes:

u/lxUn1c0 · 3 pointsr/atheism

>Men just have a tendency of being stupid an immature

That is ridiculously sexist. I'm sure you think it's cool, though, because it's misandrist instead of misogynist. It has nothing to do with gender, it has to do with being smart and mature vs. being stupid and immature.

From a book on sexism:

>One of the women, therapist Laurie Ingram, said that women often flatter themselves that they're more emotionally mature than men, and that women's emotions mature faster. But in her professional experience, Ingram thought that a large percentage of women were functioning at the same emotional level as a nine or ten year old child: a combination of deeply insecure, entitled and arrogant, and passive-aggressive communication.

u/Rygarb · 1 pointr/Equality

That looks good, I'll have to pick it up.

I would also recommend Good Will Toward Men by Jack Kammer, in a similiar vein.

You can pick up a used copy for only a penny.