Not only that, he says, this exhibitionist urge is an evolutionary adaptation of the brain.
The book strip-mines through this terrain without addressing many of the fundamental complexities.
Making specious arguments that Apple’s Safari browser lets you surf right over to porn is a dopey comparison of the severely juvenile.
A browser does not approve or recommend, as the App Store does, but it simply a vehicle to get you there, much as a car drives you to a mall.
It generalizes too broadly about the differences between men and women. Just as Synder emphasized that A Billion Wicked Thoughts was “written as a popular book, not a technical one,” it’s important to note that the column is labeled “opinion.” But that’s insufficient cover for the problems with this piece.
When he makes assertions about what “research has unveiled,” “studies have found,” and “data have shown,” Ogas has a responsibility to be specific, especially if those are mostly just references to his own controversial work.