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23 July 2014

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Well expressed! The theme of denying the father will not be denied but it will deny the title of a woman to have your surname as it is a 'family' name.

Also in matrilineal societies the titles are always for the fathers.

Since, 'M'- stands for men whether it would be Miss, Ms, Mrs and the surname is the family name.

A great poem depicting the theme and father shall not be denied either.

The How's and the Y's,

The Will you's and the Yes I do's.

The filial maze ends where it starts.

The Y is in the yes: it is a problem of identifying the correct sperm donor.

The search in our pants for our past: Yes,

The apoplexy of lust: is it

The double negatives XX which decide, if an O, an A, a B or an AB arrives as an XX or an XY?

The Y's don't know it,

The How's have it so keep asking.

The complete opposite of Yes is No, i.e. not XX but XY: No, no, no, yes.

"The perfect XX, not its deformed latter."

He asks, She knows better.

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