I'm curious: why would you want to continue reading a book that contains, by your own admission, sexist themes, and racist undertones? That is without adding the author's avowed disgust at homosexuality (believing that it is caused by rape at a young age), his support of American 'pray-away-gay' institutions, all of which led to his not so subtle naming of the enemy as 'buggers'. Though it might, ironically, explain the pre-occupation with showering in the text. Not to keen on the Russian's either, I'd guess.
I'm not sure that anyone different to the author, in this worryingly popular tome, has escaped his bigotry. How do the disabled manage? The Muslims?
Now I'm curious because, for me, this type of bigotry, in any consumable media, has me tuning out the moment I notice it - TV switched off, book is closed, music is skipped. I don't want to line their pockets to enable them to preach their ideas more loudly, nor do I want to endorse such views with my time and money.
If you've noticed it enough to criticise it, why would you buy/rent the next chapter and, ultimately, further support those views that are so divisive, and improper, even to yourself? How can a book contain such hugely problematic issues and still be a good book (barring, of course, texts not written recently)?