Kara King's controversial book The Power of the Pussy shares 12 powerful secrets that will transform any woman into the type of strong, desirable woman who can effortlessly obtain what she wants from men - including the love, respect, and relationship she desires.
In this book you'll learn valuable lessons that will teach you how to:
Flip the switch in your female brain, so you can beat men at their own game
Have men lining up to date you and desperate for your attention
Heal from a broken heart and never be sad over a man again!
Become the type of woman that commands respect from men
Get the proposal, the ring, and the man of your dreams!
Get what you want from men and have the time of your life while doing it!
This book has empowered women and dramatically changed their lives by changing the way they think about men and dating, and it can change your life too!
Please note: This book contains strong language, sexual content, and subject matter that may be offensive to some listeners.
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A hilarious read, but take it with a grain of salt
I have no idea, I have only listened to the audio version.
"Why Men Love Bitches" has most of the same advice worded in different ways.
Her voice seemed to fit well with the content of the book. She kept things interesting.
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.
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.
Some good advice, some chapters are skippable
The first few chapters were great ... reaffirming ideas of self-confidence, earning respect, etc. Chapters surrounding playing the game, being a super dater, having a sugar daddy ... those I skipped altogether. Those chapters were bad advice. The author encourages you to demand respect, set goals, and to not settle for the wrong guys ... but then encourages you to pay the manipulative games that men play with us. I felt that was an oxymoron in the book.
- Melina Garza