Dr. Vandana Shiva explores the sexuality of creation and procreation in a patriarchal age of technology. Her argument is written using unusual depth of social philosophy that seems hard to follow at first. But in essence, her ideas concentrate on the effects of biotechnology and technological development on the roles of men and women vis-a-vis creation of life. She explains that technological and patriarchal colonization of childbirth for women is similar to the colonization of plant regeneration. In other words, medicine and biotechnology are pretending, although implicitly, to replace women, thus, reducing her to a passive carrier of life.