A much more readable and more personal book on feminism compared to 厌女(女ぎらい). I personally find the previous book more inspiring, but it was nevertheless interesting to hear the perspectives from feminists from two different eras. I love the historical part and the comparisons between Western and Japanese feminism. Like how even though some males participated in the feminist movement 50 years ago, they still slut-shamed their female “comrades”. The authors also talked a lot more about females who did not support feminism. I see the more human side of people either supporting or rejecting feminism from this book. And I like that aspect compared to 厌女, which resembles a perfect, godly feminist.