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Can a man who writes a book of 101 stories of "love" actually secretly hate women? Each story seemed to be about belittling the woman so that she became something to mock, or in some other way reduce. The book was a waste of paper and no woman, certainly, should read it, nor should any man with any self respect.

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Emelie The book is belittling men just as much as women... Where's your sense of humor?

And you're completely wrong.. EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS!!!
Sarah I agree. It is a different take on relationships rather than a dig at women. It is a book which tickles me again and again
Ali Freeman there are certainly instances of misogyny. however, at this book's core rhodes seems to be poking fun at and criticizing his male protagonists above all, often reducing them to pathetic, pitiable, and hateful caricatures of little masculinity, intelligence, or integrity,
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