Darwin's Flaw

Man's Superiority to Women in Mate Selection
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Darwin’s Flaw takes an anti-establishment tone, like Galileo’s, in that it argues that the established cultural belief of the female as the helper of the male, revolving around the male as the “center” of all things, is wrong.

Actually the male followed the female out of the jungle to create our human species—but most importantly: the male is destined to revolve around the female as an auxiliary to assist her in the future.

William Spriggs takes the reader on a voyage between those two time-measured events and argues how it began, how our species adapted to changes, and what the future holds.