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Posted December 10, 2011
A " how to" about the ones who "do it" but can't read about it
"How to Have Sex If You're Not Human" by Mary Batten is a fascinating collection of essays that while illuminating the reader on why and how other animals and plants "do it" (i.e. the opening act of reproduction) will also expand the mind in ways way beyond the prurient passions we humans generally associate with all titillating titles containing the word "sex".
Learning how other organisms reproduce, survive, even thrive...continuing to pass along their ancient yet evolving genetic codes is of great importance as we continue to discover more about each sex's strategies in the survival of their species while reflecting on the similarities and dissimilarities in our own human experience.
And besides...it's a fun read!
So cuddle up with your NOOK book in your favorite reading nook and enjoy reading this collection of essays by award winning writer, Mary Batten.
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