Blurb: When Todd was just a child, he learned that sometimes it was necessary to sterilize or euthanize animals in order to keep their population from growing too rapidly. It was the humane thing to do, the best thing for the environment. Yet, every day at his job at the Welfare Department, Todd sees the dregs of humanity multiplying unchecked, overburdening the earth with a tidal wave of humanity. But if he can convince them not to reproduce, if he can convince everyone to voluntarily sterilize themselves, then he might just prevent the coming population explosion. And those who can’t be convinced…
Population Zero is the story of an environmental activist named Todd Hammerstein who is on a mission to save the planet. In just 50 years the population of the planet is expected to double. But not if Todd can help it.
Review: 3 Stars
Yeah, we know how it feels
when the passion is running high.
Your dick’s so hard,
you’re wet between your thighs.
A tongue-fest, caress.
Lips to chest.
Grab hold lest
you fall forever, together.
The same music playing in your ears.
Sinking into one another.
Your friend, your lover.
Oh, God, you’re burning, busting up inside.
You close your eyes, hear cries.
His leg between your thighs.
Grind on it. Sigh.
He’s telling you comforting lies.
Yes, Daddy, it’s yours you say,
as he’s undressing you, vexing you.
Taking too long to get into you.
An explosion occurs, whirs, scrambles your mind
as you touch breast to breast, flesh to flesh,
and you can no longer contain the need, the longing,
the desire to give and to get, to thrust to rush.
You moan in ecstasy and he growls in your ear.
Go deeper, you can take, harder, no fear.
You’re riding the orgasm, you can feel it, it’s near.
He’s puffing and breathing, and smacking’ your rear.
Muscles flexing, nails biting, fighting for a hold.
He screams, you scream, you both lose control.
Your thigh muscles quiver and his kiss sends a shiver
up your spine, so divine, what a winner.
He watches you shower away his spend seed.
You watch him walk away, walk away and leave.
Should have know better. You knew it. You did.
Nine months later you’re having his kid.
You didn’t want it, but you did.
Thought a fairy tale would you be in.
That he would happily agree and be the man you need
bouncing Jr. joyously on his knee.
Instead he’s not calling, out ballin’,
wishing he could flee, be free,
of this ball and chain you turned out to be.
You cry your crocodiles tears, but it changes nothing.
Year after year you keep going, strugglin’ sufferin’.
All for nothing because in the end,
You spread your legs for his friend.
Todd works at the Welfare office and flips one day and tries to reduce the population. He’s tired of giving out food stamps to drug addicts and multiple offenders(people that can’t afford the children they have, but keep having more). He’s got figures in his head of how much money and food a person uses and consumes and goes on a crusade to stop some of it from happening.
This read was harsh.