The beginning of this book really made me angry, but I'm glad I kept going. The first two chapters are unreasonably harsh on mothers, by saying that taking care of our bodies during pregnancy and birth, and fighting to provide breastmilk for our babies is part of "the man" beating us down. Maybe it's because we just really love our kids and want to do what's best for them? But as it went on I agreed more and was less angry. Yes, moms shouldn't be the default caregiver, dads should be expected to play a role, working moms don't hate their children. I really agreed with the chapter on the over-medicalization of birth. But! The ire towards AP and natural parenting seems misplaced. If it didn't work for the author, that's fine, but it works great for a lot of families, and it doesn't feel like misogynistic patriarchy to those families.