From the Twitter account @ManWhoHasItAll, a hilariously unforgiving and eye-opening role reversal parody of self-help guides for the working mother.
While women have long been bombarded with advice about how to be the perfect mom, keep a perfect job, and have glowing skin—all at the same time—men have been left floundering. Can you be a dad and still feel sexy? Can curvy men truly be happy? Can men be funny?
Finally, The Man Who Has It All!, drawn from the hugely popular satirical Twitter and Facebook accounts, is the first trailblazing guide that "empowers" men and shows them how they, too, can have it all! Providing gendered tips for career men and busy working dads on how to juggle fatherhood and still have a career—while maintaining the perfect bod—The Man Who Has It All isn't afraid to address the big questions. Within these pages, learn:
-What his face shape says about his parenting skills
-How to express his opinion without coming off as bossy
-Why staying hydrated will improve his career prospects
-How he can stop feeling guilty about everything
-How he should prioritize "me-time"
-How he can ask for help
Uproarious, scathing, unsettling, and revealing, The Man Who Has It All seizes the established sexist narratives and double standards women have heard too often in self-help books and magazines, and subverts them with a fiercely ironic feminist twist by speaking to an imaginary male audience —with hilarious and revolutionary results.
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