I first read this many years ago, as a young woman, before gender ideology had come on my radar, but it feels potentially even more profound now. Back then, it sorta cracked open the assumption I had that scientific literature was by its nature objective and unbiased. Suddenly I saw how even science, once it gets filtered through human beings and human language replicates and reinforces the assumptions of the culture in which it is embedded. In this case, the sexist ones.
I'd be so curious to hear what all your brilliant minds think of it now.