Cordelia Fine is a Professor of the History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Melbourne. She is the author of much-acclaimed A Mind of Its Own (Icon, 2006) and Delusions of Gender (Icon, 2010), described as 'a truly startling book' by the Independent, 'droll yet deeply serious' by New Scientist and an important book'; 'as enjoyable as it is timely and interesting'; by the West Australian.
'Every man and woman should read this book on gender bias.
Testosterone Rex is an important, yet wickedly witty, book
about the 21st century which touches on the current debates around
identity and turns everything on its head. Pressingly contemporary,
it's the ideal companion read to sit alongside The Handmaid's
Tale and The Power.' -- Judges, 2017 Royal Society
Insight Investment Science Book Prize
`Fine's gift for rendering complex neurological concepts comprehensible is one of the many reasons why her book is so brilliant. She writes like a dream, not just by the lifelessly humble standards of most scientific prose, but by any literary measure, and her book sparkles with pithy wit.'-- Decca Aitkenhead, Guardian
`If you've ever thought that men are from Mars and women are from Venus, or that men don't listen and women can't read maps, this book is for you. The expression "essential reading for everyone" is usually untrue as well as a cliche, but if there were a book deserving of that description this might just be it.'-- Antonia Macaro, Financial Times
'Watching Fine take these gendered claims painstakingly, methodically, devastatingly to pieces should rank among the great works of art that humanity has ever produced. Buy a box set of this and Delusions of Gender. Buy twelve. Distribute them to your loved ones. Absolutely everyone in the world should read it. You'll thank me later.'-- Reading the End