I heard a bunch of bad things about this book. I read it so that I could make fun of it. But now that I've read the book, the bad things I've heard seem like they were about a strawman version. I'll have to go find some other book to make fun of. Anyhow, this book is about women in the workplace, so it's not surprising that anyone writing anything would stir up controversy. Her thesis is that for things to get better in any particular place, both men and women will have to step up; if one does but not the other, things stay bad. It's like millions of prisoners' dilemmas taking place across the American workforce.