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I am really enjoying reading the book. I like how each chapter goes into depths but not too much explicit detail... Just enough to carry the argument forward.

[–] NightWitch41 7 points Edited

Sheila Jeffrey’s Anticlimax book literally changed my life. It completely laid bare the truth of male sexual domination, which I had always been uneasy with, but could not express except through watered down libfem “gender identity”. Obviously, I ditched that gender BS and embraced radical feminism after I finished her book. Penile Imperialism sounds like a fantastic sequel, and I’m eager to get my hands on it. Highly recommend all of Jeffreys’ works; she has a very clear, thorough, and scholarly writing style.

That was fantastic! I learned about some interconnections regarding women's oppression that I hadn't thought of (or heard of) before. Thank you for sharing!

Can’t wait to watch! She’s the best. 75% through Anticlimax and it’s a total game changer. I knew she was a little funny from hearing her speak, but the dry dark humor in her writing just kills me.

Is Anticlimax super triggering? I read Gender Hurts and was fucked up for several days after, but I still want to read it.

It contains pretty matter-of-fact descriptions of SA and CSA. It’s necessary for the book but definitely probably triggering for a lot.