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Even though this book was over my head scientifically, I still found most of it very interesting.
The second message in the book is really preaching acceptance of gay, lesbian and other forms of non-traditional sexual behavior.
It's hugely broadening to read, and I'd recommend it to anyone with the slightest interest in human beings.
Immensely informative and opened a wealth of information to absorb. This is a pivotal piece I wish every teacher, parent and college student would read. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bill In Gvl SC
Roughgarden's readable work on transgenderism touches upon two subjects simultaneously: the widespread existence of transgender, gay and transsexuality in virtually all species;... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Windwolfess
I bought a used library copy of this book for starting my research for an exhibition. I wasn't sure what direction I wanted to go and this book was helpful in guiding my project... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Clara Young
another book i had to get for my soc class, only read a few chapters since most of the questions were simplePublished 18 months ago by michelle
This book opened my eyes for a lot of issues that all different churches seem to not now or ingnore. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Oscar
The book is in great condition. just what i wanted to buy with the quantity and quality matched my needs.Published 21 months ago by Edgar
So I did not read the whole book, yet ran across this when preparing for a speech on general sexuality and gay marriage. Read morePublished 23 months ago by trancekitty
As a non-scientist, non-academic, and someone with only passing interest in the topic, I found the book contained fascinating facts, but the book was so poorly organized that it... Read morePublished on September 18, 2012 by fflow
I highly enjoyed reading this book because of the incorporation of biology and history of sexuality. Read morePublished on August 20, 2012 by Jennifer Anker