What's odd about Stiffed is that, after all the acute listening, the conclusions Faludi draws don't always match what the men say.
But, for the most part, it's not male supremacy that the men in Stiffed miss; it's companionship and social relevance.
She has more reason than most to know that the part of Stiffed which is likely to get big media play is when she talks about the failings of feminists.
In one way, Stiffed is the story of how he succeeded--and didn't.
Stiffed is also a chronicle of who paid and who played under Azoff's rock and roll rules.
Pisello is the knot that ties Stiffed's multiple conspiracies, criminal activities and alleged cover-ups together.