I must say this book is both incredibly interesting and incredibly depressing. Its very interesting because it shows that its better to embrace that what makes you different publicly. Yes it will result in some people rejecting you but it will also attract many people to you. Makes sense.
However, it also shows that an important factor to a woman getting a job is how pretty she is, regardless of the gender of the person doing the hiring. It also shows that being white automatically makes people far more attractive to the general public, with the exception of black women who find white men significantly less attractive than the general public.
Its a very good and well written book, even if it does make me want to cry some times.