This is the companion book to the tarot deck of the same name. I'm not any sort of extreme feminist, and I don't prefer the same sex, but I do rejoice in being a woman.
With that said, I must confess that I found the whole thing to be demeaning towards men. It's understandable, but it was just too much. The book should have been explaining symbolism on the cards or gone into more depth with the interpretations, but instead it was complaining about how much women have been oppressed. This is not something that is denied, but things could have been explained better in relation to the deck.
Of course, I do think that the book is an invaluable asset for use with the deck, and I do think it is all amazingly positive for women. This makes its attitude for men pretty forgiveable. With all of the patriarchal influences in tarot, it's refreshing to have a beautiful set to work with. There are some other feminist decks other women may be more comfortable with, such as the Tarot of the Old Path. I own both and find them both to be insightful.