When the F**cking Stopped
By Samuel March
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Published: Dec. 08, 2012
Words: 109,703 (approximate)
Language: American English
A plague sweeps America making men sexually impotent, and the country struggles to come to terms with this loss of masculinity. A few men are immune,and are in demand by women. The struggle to find a cure involves scientific and sexual politics, deceit and skullduggery. This is a thriller, a relationship drama and a comedy of sexual manners.
A plague sweeps America making men sexually impotent, and the country struggles to come to terms with this loss of masculinity. People's reactions are sometimes painful, sometimes comic. A tiny minority of men are immune, and these are in demand by the nation’s women. The story follows the national predicament and centers on two men, one a scientist working on a cure, the other a reporter covering the story who is unaffected by the plague. Both get involved in scientific and sexual politics, deceit and skulduggery. This is a thriller, a relationship drama and a comedy of sexual manners.
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