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Originally advertised as, “What Big Sister Doesn’t Want You To Know,” Simon Sheppard’s pamphlet All About Women summarizes his thoughts on females and how men should deal with them. His novel approach—what he calls “procedural analysis” —dissects the female from several evolutionary angles. Straightforward and to the point, All About Women analyses female stereotypes, female signalling female strategies for influencing men, the costs and benefits of sex, and the world according to “Big Sister.” Also included are a bibliography and a series of entertaining quotations from Richard Dawkins, Charles Darwin, Glenn Wilson, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau—to name a few.In the past decade, there has been increased interest in human biodiversity and using evolutionary psychology make sense of the “war between the sexes.” First Published in 1998, All About Women was ahead of its time. Its humorous, punchy essays would be at home in the “manosphere” alongside those of popular “game,” anti-feminist and PUA bloggers like Heartiste, Roosh V and Ferdinand Bardamu.
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Simon Sheppard is a writer of gay erotica and a sex-advice columnist from San Francisco. He is the author of many books of gay sex writing, including Man on Man: The Best of Simon Sheppard, Sodomy!, Jockboys, Kinkorama: Dispatches From the Front Lines of Perversion, In Deep, and Sex Parties 101. He is also the editor of Homosex: 60 Years of Gay Erotica, winner of the 2007 Lambda Literary Award for LGBT erotica; the anthology Leathermen; and is the coeditor of the anthologies Rough Stuff and Roughed Up.
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