Hi everyone! I’m a bit late getting this kick-off post finished (as I mentioned in my February wrap-up, March for Science planning is keeping me busy), but I enjoyed this book a lot and I’m excited to post some discussion questions for you to consider as you read this month. Then I’ll post my answers and a link-up for you to share yours at the end of the month. Feel free to email me (doingdewey[at]gmail[dot]com) or chat me up on Twitter as you read too. I’d love to discuss this one! Here are the questions I pondered while reading:
- Did any of the information in this book surprise you?
- Will you do anything differently in your own life based on what you learned?
- What did you think of how the author handled issues of race and gender? Or of gender-based descrimination against men?
- How do you think our preconceptions about gender influence the scientific studies on the topic?
- Did you enjoy the book?