It is wonderful, miraculous, to see a woman arguing such an incendiary case against the hidebound feminist orthodoxy of our age
Back in 1992, journalist Neil Lyndon wrote an anti-feminist book called 'No more sex war', and then saw his career take a nose-dive. In 2008 a woman writes a similar book and gets praised. Lyndon concludes, partially correctly, that women are able to say things that men aren't allowed to. But I'd also argue that we now have greater freedom to criticise feminism today than back in the 90s.