Steve Moxam's excellent book exposes modern feminism as the mendacious racket that it has become.
Reviewing current research on sex differences in cognition and behaviour he debunks the self-serving but totally unfounded and unscientific claims by feminists, that gender roles are social constructs.
Historical sex roles are likewise explained not as the result of the patriarchal conspiracy so beloved of feminists, but as the consequences of reproductive strategies (the higher reproductive value of females due to them being the limiting factor in maintenance and growth of populations - leading to them being kept out of harm's way) and the role of the male as 'genetic filter'.
He shows how feminism uses a false narrative of past and current oppression of women as a way to keep career feminists (in academia, social services and government to name just three sectors) in employment and generously funded.
This false narrative includes lies and distortions on such things as the gender wage gap, domestic violence and rape conviction rates as well as the deliberate denial of disadvantages faced by men in such areas as education, healthcare, the criminal justice system and divorce courts.