What Happens When We Decide Everyone Else Is a Narcissist – The New Yorker

It’s easy to agree that people today are too self-absorbed, but a new book explores the deep narcissism inherent in that very view of society.

Source: What Happens When We Decide Everyone Else Is a Narcissist – The New Yorker

A good view of the history of the term narcissist and what it means to be one. It also explores the narcissistic views on gender roles, narcisphere and manosphere, and how it affects the interactions between them. I think this view borderlines not only on narcissism, but expectations.

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