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It would appear that this book has caused some problems in the feminised land of Norway where the privileged princesses reign supreme and ofcourse, as with women in the western world, have every possible incentive, bonus, privilege and assistance imaginable and even more than they could ever require..

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I have only read the Norwegian version of the book, so my review is based on this.

Let me first explain a thing or two about Norway. In Norway women are the holy cows of society. Women have so many exclusive rights because of their sex it is ridiculous. Earmarked leadership positions in all status jobs, earmarked scolarships, earmarked stimulus packages and so on.

All this is of course because men are BAD and supposedly have all the power in all levels of society, including male-female relationships. Then along comes Mads Larsen and puts on paper what every man (except Brad Pitt) feels every time he goes out trying to meet a girl - that this simply isn't true. In fact, when it comes to the most important part of life, sex, women have ALL the power. The power to have sex whenever they want, wherever they want, with whomever they want.

This of course led to an uproar from the feminist side of society, and acknowledgment from everybody else.

The cat was out of the bag and it changed the official Politically Correct Norwegian view about men, women and sex forever.

I'm sure it is as interesting a read in English as it is in Norwegian. Check it out.