aka "holding it up to logic, reason, reality and sanity."
ie- treating it like a male.
I don't like to read. And the heck if I was going to read "The Feminine Mystique." but Davis Aurini and Sunshine Mary are going to read it and give it the once over from a non-feminist mind.
Davis' assessment of the first chapter here.
Sunshine Mary's assessment here.
A piece of me wants to say say your stereotypes ere wrong, that there is indeed something in "The Feminine Mystique," but already it looks like the typical whinny blathering of a spoiled American who didn't appreciate what she had. Someone who BLATANTLY values a career more than her children or family. Somebody who (if I weren't so lazy, I'd look up the author and her background) would probably score a 3 or higher on The Clarey Test.
Naturally detractors will claim we're all sexists and can only view things from a male/patriarchical mind/blahfreaking blah blah blah. But the great thing about The Manosphere is that we're done with the "trying to be understanding, open-minded, and cognizant of our unconscious biases." These people are unrepentantly devouring the book and making blunt, truthful, and direct assessments of "The Feminine Mystique" and don't give a damn about trying to be "fair." Their assessment is going to be what it is without remorse or the consideration of people's feelings.
And that should scare the hell out of feminists that for once some adults are dissecting it.
Regardless, it's just more proof why Bill Burr's "Most Difficult Job on the Planet" is pure brilliance.