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I've been seeing this flashing around headlines--has anyone read this and want to recommend or not?

I've been seeing this flashing around headlines--has anyone read this and want to recommend or not?

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Read it, LOVED it! Small book, easily digestible, not fond of the art design, not too expensive--getting it for all my friends (male and female) for Christmas!!

Her argument, which I've been banging on about for years, is that SPERM causes ABORTION, and that therefore it is incumbent upon MEN to either wear a condom, have a vasectomy, or abstain from sex. She argues quite persuasively that this isn't women's responsibility, because women are hardly ever fertile compared to men, who are fertile 24/7 from age 12ish onwards. She has rebuttals--good ones--for every single comeback you can think of. Impregnating a woman who does not want to be pregnant should be treated as a criminal offense. Men could stop abortion tomorrow if they just kept it in their pants. Essential reading!

I don't like the cover design either. It's too 1970s and it might make people think the book is old/outdated. But, you can't judge a book by the cover, and I need to read this one. Maybe pick up a few copies to sneak into little free libraries (not ones targeted to kids though).

Well I agree that every time a women who didn't wanted to become pregnant conceives is because some dude asked her for "more" things in sex. But lets not pretend the abortion is the guys responsabilty, lets give women enough resources so they can say "no" if they don't want to become pregnant.

Of course, but that's not the point. The point is that the whole onus is on women, when it should not be. This is a refreshing little book--I hope you will read it!