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Do NOT listen to the reviewer below me. The author interviewed countless individuals, and looks at a background that revolves arond sperm. She addresses how sperm has been used, how sperm has shaped male self-identity, and how the use of sperm without a man (either in-vitro, or among lesbians) is shaping new identitys of families. The man below clearly has a scewed perspective, and a biased agenda to push, as the book in no way reflected what he wrote. Did he even read the book? I highly doubt it, and if he did, his biases stood in the way of him understanding it.
The book would not be difficult to understand to the majority of "lay" people, and that is what the author intended. Revealing and informational.
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Lisa Moore (born 28 March 1964) is a Canadian writer.
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