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Why is a 2002 dating book rising in popularity?

A 2002 dating book that tells women not to be too nice, needy, nurturing or available to men ...

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13.26 5 Apr 2021


Why is a 2002 dating book rising in popularity?


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13.26 5 Apr 2021


A 2002 dating book that tells women not to be too nice, needy, nurturing or available to men has had a resurgence in popularity. 

Sherry Argov’s ‘Why Men Love Bitches’ recently cracked the UK top ten Bestseller list after going viral on Tik-Tok. 

But why has the book become so popular among today’s younger women?  

And,  how come the teens of 2021 are suddenly going mad for a book that was written before dating apps, social media and #MeToo? 

Author Sherry Argov joined Andrea to discuss.

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