Quote of the Day: The End of Men, p. 155

For a while, self was starting to get lost in the welter of points of view, but now that the Catherine point of view has returned (at least twice) and seems “stable” (i.e., Self can rely on its returning, on a regular basis, till the end of the book), she is good.

This could be the end of the human race entirely. I know that around 10 percent of men seem to be immune, but that’s not enough for humans to maintain a population. Without a cure, 10 percent of the world’s men can conceive 10 percent of the number of babies they previously did. Half of those babies will be girls. Only 10 percent of the 5 percent will be immune. The numbers don’t add up. This may be the end of all of us.

The End of Men, p. 155

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