Men, from stone age to clone age: the science of being male
Welcome To The Paradoxical World Of Sex And Men. From The Primal Stirrings Of The Earliest Cave Man To The Hype About Viagra, Bob Beale Takes The Reader On A Tour Of The State Of Maleness. Drawing Widely From Biology, Genetics, Anthropology And Psychology, He Sheds Light On Questions Such As: Is There Really A Global Decline In Men S Sperm Count? Do Women Select Men Who Are Duds, Not Studs? And Will Cloning Make Men Redundant In The 21St Century? Provides A Much-Needed Reality Check For The Growing Debate About Men And Their Place In Society As Fathers, Lovers, Husbands And Sons.
An Essential Reading For All Men, And For Women Who Want To Know What Makes Them Tick.
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