Surprisingly enough, it's all pretty useful for dudes who are stuck in the high school state-of-mind where you could call a girl "crazy" and all your bros would high-five you to death. Heck, who better to mansplain women than Tucker Friggin' Max?
The essay was, naturally, immediately syndicated on professional navel-gazers, ThoughtCatalog, and gives advice to wayward men about how to treat women, while heavily lobbying for a change in the way we treat women as a society.
It seems Max had put his extreme idiocy behind him, as detailed by Maxim's piece "The Reinvention of Tucker Max" in which the 40-year-old writer confidently defines himself as a feminist: "If you define feminist as a person who believes that women and men should be treated equally, then of course I’m a feminist." Quite the change of pace from this gem from his 2012 book, Hilarity Ensues: “I never understand why women think drama and bullshit are attractive to guys. They’re not. I’m going to be real clear about this, ladies, so pay attention: Prince Charming doesn’t come to rescue cunty lunatics.”