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This is now an old book, so I don't think I learned much I didn't already know. It was nonetheless a fascinating read with her encounters and reflections about men and gender... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Line
i read this book due to a book club choice. I did not like it at all. The choice of male groups the author joined was odd. The chapter on visiting strip clubs was disgusting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Picasso
This book is brutally honest - about men, women, feminists, and social situations.
Norah was raised as a Feminist. She had their beliefs. She saw Misogyny everywhere. Read more
"They tended to see a wolf in every man they met, and so they made every man they met into a wolf— even when that man was a woman."
After that line, I'm done. Read more
Turns out it's still a man-bashing book. She just manages to do it in a more thoughtful way.
Here's the result. Read more
In Self-Made Man Norah Vincent a lesbian woman creates a male alternate identity as "Ned" and lives and infiltrates various male groups. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pat B