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Would you consider the audio edition of The Power of the Pussy to be better than the print version?
I have no idea, I have only listened to the audio version.
What other book might you compare The Power of the Pussy to and why?
"Why Men Love Bitches" has most of the same advice worded in different ways.
What about Alexandra Shawnee’s performance did you like?
Her voice seemed to fit well with the content of the book. She kept things interesting.
What insight do you think you’ll apply from The Power of the Pussy?
I like the fact that the book encourages women to move on rather than trying to change a loser. In reality, that's the best thing to do.
Any additional comments?
As I stated in the headline, you would do best to take the book with a grain of salt. A lot of the tactics that are suggested would not work well in a long term, functional relationship.
That being said, I'd still say that this book has a lot of good advice. Especially with stuff like getting over someone or using birth control. And even without that, this is truly a hilarious and entertaining read. I enjoyed the author's sense of humor and brutally honest way of writing.
20 of 23 people found this review helpful
I listened to this book at 43 years old. I wish I have heard it at 23!!! it would have greatly changed my life and how I deal with men and dating.
14 of 16 people found this review helpful
I've been doing TR and this really opened my eyes and supports a lot of what's in TR. I have 3rd date coming up and this information now sits firmly in my mind.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
I did not even want to give one star to this book, but it would not let me rate it otherwise. Besides from the utterly annoying narrator, the author is far from being a feminist, and on her way to 'get what she wants from men" she degrades women, treats having a vagina as an asset to manipulate men, except she instead makes embarrassing suggestions - not quite appropriate for the modern women living in 21st century. She just presumes we are all basic bitches with no self esteem and nothing to speak for other than a pussy in between our legs. Really disappointed!
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
This is interesting to listen to on its topic, but I have to stop short of wholehearted recommendation. While there are some good perspectives on there for general self respect, it is told in such a way that comes across as a bit bitter in parts. I can't work out why, either, there just isn't the need. She apologises in the beginning, in advance, because she feels she may offend some readers. She swears (the f*&^ word) for emphasis, when really, it would be so much more intelligent to deliver the point without doing that. I wasn't 'offended' per se, just felt she could have delivered more impact and commanded more respect without.
There are several parts to the book which come across as man-hating, even though the point of the book is apparently to find a relationship with mutual respect. There's an example given from the author's own experience, for example, when she found her date 'rude'. She left him in the restaurant and wholeheartedly recommends the reader do the same. Perhaps many would find this good advice? I found it a little immature. There are also a few occasions where she makes assumptions about women in general. As I didn't fit her mould, it suddenly didn't feel as though she was talking to me anymore.
I have listened to Evan Marc Katz and Matthew Hussey who write on the same topic. Both manage to do so without sounding petulant. Both of their books left me feeling positive and energised. Once again, this is not a total bomb, but lacks the lustre it needs to be considered really great.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
In a world of so called sexual revolution, this books tells you that woman haven't gone far enough. I highly recommend that every woman should read this and every woman should pass it on to their daughters
1 of 2 people found this review helpful