Started my year reading this book. For me I would say a cleaver choice. The author’s style mixed some facts and humor together.
Talking about stereotypes, which can lead and does lead sometimes to bias and racism. Also, the facts that were mentioned referenced from respectable research (or so I think from referencing style). These references studied these stereotypes and how true they were, or even if they were anyway close to being real. Most of the topics that were selected originated as a special case and is not rue. From the things that were mentioned too was that because we keep on hearing that stereotype we believe in it being true, which is not necessary.
If you are into exploring stereotypes and the research done around them, this book would be a nice start.