Exclusive to here… you know the drill!”Two drunken teenagers collapse on the coats at a party. Colleagues lose their heads at a sales conference after working sensibly together for years. A woman throws herself at her husband’s best friend. A boss makes a fool of himself with his secretary. His wife seduces the window cleaner. Afterwards they wonder why: they never wanted to do these things.Whatever we may think we feel, men are programmed to conquer and monopolise; women deep down to diversify their genetic input. It shows through in our everyday behaviour, in the kind of instantly recognisable situations outlined here by biologist Robin Baker; fictional scenarios enacting some dramatic facts of life:10% of children aren’t fathered by their ‘fathers’Less than 1% of a man’s sperm could ever fertilise anythingSmart vaginal mucus encourages some sperm, blocks othersA woman is more likely to conceive through a casual fling than through sex with her regular partner.In this ruthless struggle for reproductive survival, the tactical headache can be as important as the rush of lust, frigidity as strategic as orgasm. The product of rigorous research, Sperm Wars makes sense of our day-to-day sexual behaviour in all its complexity, all its apparent perversity. Controversial, utterly compelling, Sperm Wars explodes the pious myths to reveal shocking fascinating reality.”By request here is the 146Mb PDF of the scanned images.