I got this book on the suggestion of a friend. It was pretty funny.
You see, the world has grown way too fucking sensitive. This book pokes fun at the overly sensitive left, more accurately, the social justice warriors that feel that it’s necessary to chime in on every non-issue, blow shit out of proportion and berate everyone that’s not them over how racist, sexist and homophobic they are.
Nothing in this book was all that surprising, it was just a sarcastic parody of the SJW mindset. It exists to showcase their absurdity and how strange these fragile yet militant snowflakes are.
I wouldn’t call this a must own, I’ve read lots of similar books over the years and regarding a myriad of subjects or groups of people. But poking stupid people is always amusing to me.
I don’t know, there’s not much else to say about this. I’m not a fan of SJWs and this made me laugh at them. If that’s what you want in a book, pick this up.
There are lots of people in this world that take themselves too seriously. They need to lighten up, step back and know that it’s okay to laugh at yourself sometimes. Besides, the more someone is offended and irrational, the less likely it is that I’ll listen to them or their message. But I think that’s most people.
Pairs well with: any libertarian or conservative comedy book, really. There’s tons of them out there.