There's nothing wrong with Ford's premise - that there are issues with the ways in which masculinity is embodied by some men in society, so far as it goes I'm on her side politically. But she just isn't a great writer. There are so many better feminist writers I wonder why she bothered. She oversimplifies, she rants angrily, she makes personal attacks, she is an ideologue uninterested in evidence. And none of that would bother me if she were a good writer. But she isn't. Andrew Dworkin is hard core and more interesting, Greer is as much of a polemicist and attention seeker but writers beautifully, Gay is a strong and interesting and a much better writer. If you want feminist theory there are more informed works, if you want a polemic there are stronger works, ... Ford is a product of social media and that's how she writes. It reads as though it were extracted from Facebook posts and Twitter tweets. It's just not very good.