Why Creeps Don't Know They're Creeps - What Game of


Why Creeps Don't Know They're Creeps - What Game of Thrones can teach us about relationships and Hollywood scandals ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Why Creeps Don't Know They're Creeps - What Game of Thrones can teach us about relationships and Hollywood scandals Author Oliver Markus Malloy – Thomashillier.co.uk A brief commentary on the recent high profile sex scandals in Hollywood and Washington DC An unprecedented wave of sex scandals is rocking Hollywood and Washington DC Never before have so many powerfu A brief commentary Don't Know ePUB ☆ on the recent high profile sex scandals in Hollywood and Washington DC An unprecedented wave of sex scandals is rocking Hollywood and Washington DC Never before have so many powerful men been accused of sexual misconduct all at the same time What is going on.


10 thoughts on “Why Creeps Don't Know They're Creeps - What Game of Thrones can teach us about relationships and Hollywood scandals

  1. Mischenko Mischenko says:

    I won this as a giveaway here on Goodreads and I was fairly shocked when I started reading it It s a super quick read at around 34 pages, but even with its short length, it might stimulate your mind and you may even laugh at times.There were some off the wall thoughts in the book that I didn t agree with, but I do agree with the author on his statements regarding why these scandals are happening in the first place Obviously, the accused aren t thinking rationally when they start sexually haras I won this as a giveaway here on Goodreads and I was fairly shocked when I started reading it It s a super quick read at around 34 pages, but even with its short length, it might stimulate your mind and you may even laugh at times.There were some off the wall thoughts in the book that I didn t agree with, but I do agree with the author on his statements regarding why these scandals are happening in the first place Obviously, the accused aren t thinking rationally when they start sexually harassing others and some of the reasons are real eye openers Overall, the book is brutal, honest, and not for everyone Adults only 3.5


  2. G G says:

    This book manages to maintain humor while discussing a serious topic Malloy presents readers with many good points without making excuses for creeps.


  3. wendy wendy says:

    Totally honest regardless of what you think Again I am going to say this I love this author He says what others are thinking He does not care what you think, and if don t like what he says then put down his book I am not a racist, I hate everyone the same Lol Everyone is so damned sensitive these days and I refuse to be politically correct about anything We are living in a world of sensitive cry babies who get offended by the most stupidest things Keep writing and I will keep rea Totally honest regardless of what you think Again I am going to say this I love this author He says what others are thinking He does not care what you think, and if don t like what he says then put down his book I am not a racist, I hate everyone the same Lol Everyone is so damned sensitive these days and I refuse to be politically correct about anything We are living in a world of sensitive cry babies who get offended by the most stupidest things Keep writing and I will keep reading your books I just love your stuff


  4. Alfred Arambur Alfred Arambur says:

    Deep dive into history of menThe writer has a lot of knowledge about what he s writing and is very logical in his approach which we can relate to in today s world.


  5. Hope Hope says:

    I read this book after I won it in a giveaway I wasn t sure what I was expecting going into this book It s very short, only around 31 pages or so, and a very quick and easy read To be honest I didn t really enjoy this book very much It reads very much like an extensive lecture about one man s opinion on recent issues, especially focusing on racism and sexism, and the latest buzz about sexual harassment I did agree with some of the things that the author was saying That men can often be sex I read this book after I won it in a giveaway I wasn t sure what I was expecting going into this book It s very short, only around 31 pages or so, and a very quick and easy read To be honest I didn t really enjoy this book very much It reads very much like an extensive lecture about one man s opinion on recent issues, especially focusing on racism and sexism, and the latest buzz about sexual harassment I did agree with some of the things that the author was saying That men can often be sexist, even sexually harass and abuse a woman, without realizing that a conversation about the state of things needs to take place within the US But I also found that the book didn t have a clear focus, it tended to ramble a bit between different topics, eventually finding its way back to what was the original focus of the book I also found that he made a lot of generalizations, about women and men, and the relationships and power structures between them, such as in his chapter Dick Pics Anyone when he assumes that all men are comfortable with their body, and that all women find it shameful or worry about its appearance He compares offering dick pics to a dog offering its favorite toy I understand that this wasn t supposed to be an endorsement of this behavior, but it still widely generalizes He also makes some broad sweeping statements about what was normal back in Medieval times or prior, which, though I couldn t pull up sources, I m fairly sure are not fully accurate, or if they are, not accurate throughout the world Overall I found this book to read much like a rambling social media post that didn t stick closely to its main point, and that it s main purpose was an outlet for the author to vent about his thoughts on some social issues today Though I can agree with him on some of these points, on many I disagree with him, and overall the quality of the book didn t seem very high to me either


  6. paula b paula b says:

    Good readInteresting and a little comical I understand and agree with all in this short book I am the 60 yr old grandmother that has read and reviewed women and men can t be friends book number one I agree with that book too All men are perverts, some worse than others It doesn t shock me or surprise me It is what it is.


  7. Imrul Islam Imrul Islam says:

    New information I enjoyed reading this because it reminded me of what is acceptable and not acceptable as a society Money and sex are not my way to accumulate power Being a man of noble character is the way


  8. Cristin Cooke Cristin Cooke says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Thank you for the free book I don t really think there were any big revelations in this book It basically is saying that we always have had racists, rapists, sexual deviants, bullies, etc The real difference between now and the past is the ability to rant on social media about all the things we don t like about other people In the past we called out people we didn t agree with as being witches for example and then they were gone Society hasn t changed or improved People have just found new Thank you for the free book I don t really think there were any big revelations in this book It basically is saying that we always have had racists, rapists, sexual deviants, bullies, etc The real difference between now and the past is the ability to rant on social media about all the things we don t like about other people In the past we called out people we didn t agree with as being witches for example and then they were gone Society hasn t changed or improved People have just found new ways to torture each other in public for all to see


  9. Sarah Sarah says:

    I m not sure what the point of this book was.


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