Ellin’s experiences with lying men are really good and relatable, but the book isn’t just about her. The book is also part journalism, so there are other people’s stories/research throughout. I would have liked her to be more critical of some research (like there’s a law in some state about people lying about their gender being illegal, and she gives a couple examples without zooming out to be like… wow maybe this is more complex than a regular old lie).
Great post 😁
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