Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men Book Review

Real change comes only when we are ready, willing and able to accept that change is needed. But we must first accept that change is needed, which is never easy.

Caroline Criado Perez’s new book, Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, uses hardcore numbers and facts to examine how women are still the other, even in 2019. Delving into subjects such as the workplace, the doctor’s office, and the division of home and child based chores, the author breaks down how systematic disenfranchisement of women continues to be the norm.

This book is amazing and a must read for anyone who understands that we have a long way to go before men and women are truly equal. If you are a skeptic of the lack of real equality between men and women, then I would say that this book absolutely must go on your TBR (to be read) list. It will open your eyes to the world we live in and the changes that are absolutely necessary.

I absolutely recommend it.

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