How to Read this Blog

Posted: August 11, 2011 in Uncategorized

Welcome to the Rebuttal from Uranus.

Blogs being what they are, authors and readers alike are subject to reading the most recent post first.  Alas, that is not how this particular blog is structured.  This blog is essentially an archive of a former website of the same name.  Its original web host long ago went dark, but demand for the site’s content led to the creation of this blog.

The blog is divided into two major categories: Chapters and Essays.

Chapters comprises chapters 1-9 of the book.  It is always recommended to read them in order.  The chapters are detailed and exhaustive, but they are the very heart of The Rebuttal from Uranus.  To access them use the drop down to the left and select the chapter that you wish to read.  If you want to cut to the chase, the two chapters that truly capture the essence of Gray and his gendered paradise are Chapter 6: Men are like Rubber Bands and Chapter 7: Women are like Waves.

Essays offers a collection of reviews of magazine articles, submissions by readers of the original website, and humor.  Again, access them through the drop down menu to the left.

Please feel welcome to leave comments, but my experience in writing The Rebuttal has left me weary of flamers so I cannot guarantee that all comments will be published.

This is but an opinion of an intelligent professional woman.  Socrates might have had his own issues with women, but he had one thing right: QUESTION YOUR ASSUMPTIONS.

Read The Rebuttal from Uranus and question yours.



(Thanks for the image, Leslie.  The Rebuttal would have never happened without you.)

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Comments
  1. You’re back and you’re Bad! Hooray!

  2. Marga says:

    Oh, my – I can’t believe I discovered this site the SAME day you posted all this information! I never read the book, having long since gotten pretty sceptical of most self-help books and lost interest in relating to men by the time it was published to so much hoopla. Just as well; it wouldn’t have been good for my blood pressure… Sounds as though it’s even worse than I always assumed, and it’s so sad that in the 21st century there are women and men still buying into this kind of crap. Thanks for all the effort you’ve put into this; I hope it gets into the hands of at least some people who really need to hear it.

    …margaret
    Vancouver, BC

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