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Australian Books

Women’s world

18 April 2020

9:00 AM

18 April 2020

9:00 AM

After #MeToo : Feminism, Patriarchy, Toxic Masculinity and Sundry Cultural Delights Gerard Casey

Imprint Academic, pp.250, $47.09

One of life’s perennial questions is what would the world look like if it was ruled by women. It’s an idle question. The world has always been ruled by both men and women because women sexually select the traits they admire in their male partners. Men as they exist today, after thousands of years of evolution, are – for good or ill – the invention of women.

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