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Includes an episode from the second season of Sara Pascoe's award winning Sex Power Money podcast where Sara talks to Fern Champion The Sunday Times top 10 best seller Why dosome women still expect men to buy their dinner? Why do some men feel depressed after masturbating? What the hell is going on with porn? Comedian Sara Pascoe explores the complex connections between sex power and money This audiobook is a thoughtful and entertaining journey through anatomy and arousal dating and sex work animals and technology and Pascoe makes our most baffling human behaviours less mysterious  PLEASE NOTE When you purchase this title the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio Includes an episode from the second season of Sara Pascoe's award winning Sex Power Money podcast where Sara talks to Fern Champion The Sunday Times top 10 best seller Why dosome women still expect men to buy their dinner? Why do some men feel depressed after masturbating? What the hell is going on with porn? Comedian Sara Pascoe explores the complex connections between sex power and money This audiobook is a thoughtful and entertaining journey through anatomy and arousal dating and sex work animals and technology and Pascoe makes our most baffling human behaviours less mysterious  PLEASE NOTE When you purchase this title the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio Includes an episode from the second season of Sara Pascoe's award winning Sex Power Money podcast where Sara talks to Fern Champion The Sunday Times top 10 best seller Why dosome women still expect men to buy their dinner? Why do some men feel depressed after masturbating? What the hell is going on with porn? Comedian Sara Pascoe explores the complex connections between sex power and money This audiobook is a thoughtful and entertaining journey through anatomy and arousal dating and sex work animals and technology and Pascoe makes our most baffling human behaviours less mysterious  PLEASE NOTE When you purchase this title the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio 


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  1. says:

    Even though I didn't particularly like Animal this is great Now I’ll admit that it has some significant weaknesses there are hardly any endnotesfootnotes some chapters seem completely extraneous no one needs an entire chapter on Indecent Proposal especially when any salient points got lost completely it needed editing and a better structure It did need to show empirical data just because you assert something doesn’t make it true or right This is bizarre considering the book itself says this at least onceWhen you get that out the way there is a lot left that is good First she doesn’t go in for confirmation bias On any book like this it’s easy to get readers to like you and get sales if you just confirm what they already think That’s incredibly lazy self serving writing but not in this book Everyone can feel uncomfortable with their own biases and assertions Being challenged on what you think is I’d say the marque of a good writer This book is lightweight science but it stands above others because it doesn’t get bogged down in endless logical fallaciesShe doesn’t go in the the laziest gender politics trope of all that men are fundamentally terrible It might be something that gives immediate satisfaction but does nothing to create understanding There are things that men have done and still do that are appalling but she makes no lazy generalisations and instead tries to understand and explain The men as villains trope is exhausting and is fundamentally stupid because you can never move on from itIt did need a broader brush in places though the examples and discussions were primarily about cis gendered heterosexuals which did make some of the arguments and examples pretty narrow You can’t make generalisations about sexual dynamics by excluding what might refute or even confirm your argument To really thorough you have to investigate a much wider spectrum and sometimes I felt the odd references to lesbian and gay experiences was a bit tokenisticWhat is refreshing is that seen from the point of view of evolutionary biology a lot of the attritional arguments over sex and gender could be ignored It made the point clear that evolution is not culture and we can imagine we can remake human beings just as want by changing the culture That isn’t going to work we can choose to influence behaviour if we want but the book made the point clear that evolutionary priorities are still in the driving seatA great book highly recommended