Izzy Questions: love and other rebellious symptoms

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What if there was a treatment that could suppress the libido?
What if you were obliged to take it?
What would you do?

Izzy dreams of finishing her studies, finding a good job and having an easy, controlled life. That makes sense.
Jonathan, however, keeps getting in her way. And he is quite annoying, pretentious and arrogant. He just can’t help showing up, raising questions.

She gets mad, and he gets stubborn; for this is a story about a strange love, in a world that doesn’t quite allow it. Not only that; it unleashes all its fury against love and sex. This is also a story about a pill, the Zoler Treatment, set to abolish attraction and sexuality, to declare war against libido. And this pill, well… it’s obligatory.

That last bit shouldn’t make sense.

Also, this is a story about killer whales, nudists, asexual cats, unicorns and a bunch of other irrelevant stuff.

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