on 5 May 1998
The biological possiblities of asexual reproduction are over-stressed and ultimately boring. The worst part of this book's view of the future is the utter passivity and incompetence of a world of women. All technology (except biological research) breaks down - presumably there are no competent women engineers to run anything. The women allow themselves to be pushed by a totalitarian government into a lifestyle they despise. Reviews of the book describe Diana as a man-hating woman; I have to feel that the author is a woman-hating man to portray such a gloomy result of female dominance.