In Lean In (2013) author Sheryl Sandberg shares her story and her views on gender issues and workplace inequalities, while also providing guidance and career […]
It’s well written and shares some profound and life changing ideas… But it’s not for people who like facts and straight talkers because it’s deeply new-agey. It has also some bad relationship advice (yes, even for men who read it to be more leader-like).
The Rational Male is one of the manosphere’s most important books.
It mixes some good advice and potentially eye opening content with some over-generalization and not-as-good advice.
It can be eye opening for men who invest too much in their women. These men could learn to make their women contribute more to the household. On the con side, it’s plagued by made up science and poor understanding of psychology, sociology and general human relations.