Irreversible Damage

By Dennis Prager

The thing that gives the majority an excuse to look away from the suffering of our fellow human beings.

Abigail Shrier chooses to take the bull by the horns. She dives straight into this most sensitive of debates.

The product is a work brimming with compassion for a vulnerable subset of our population: teenage girls.

It is a work that makes you want to keep reading because it is accessible, lucid and compelling. You find yourself running out of reasons to look away.

A must-read for all those who care about the lot of our girls and women.” —AYAAN HIRSI ALI, research fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and member of Dutch Parliament 2003–06

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