Invisible Women - Caroline Criado Perez
What can I say about this award winning book which hasn't already been said?
It has helped change the way I work. When given data or user research - I now always ask about the gender ratio. I've already given up speaking on all-male panels - but it's shocking how often I'm asked to.
Perhaps the only criticism is that some of the examples feel a little well-worn. I don't know how many times I've read the "crash test dummies are only modelled on men" story - but that doesn't make the outcome any less shocking.
Anyway, read this book. Have a rant. Then take some action.