@Gregolas, what dark corner did you get that from, to make the only male character a corpse, in a story where the goal is to get pregnant!? Anyway, I'll try to beat you to it here...
Overall Story SYMPTOM: Putting Someone into Action
The biological disaster has also left few men alive, all of them are infertile and impotent; there is no 'action' to be had there (which the characters see as a problem -- whether they want to prolong the human race, or just want sex).
Many feel it was acting too precipitously when Luwanda, Hawk and others* revived a potentially virile man, who was cryogenically frozen at a life extension facility in the early 21st century, when in his mid-thirties.
Clay** was protected from the biological agent in his cryogenic chamber. But he resents being used so aggressively, and proves difficult to put into (baby-making) action.
* don't want to step on any toes ... totally cool to just make this "some of the characters" since we haven't defined Luwanda or Hawk much yet. Also the act of reviving itself could be a conflict (scene or Signpost) so I was trying to leave it vague ... did they break into the facility to do it? Does one of the characters work there and order the revival? Are perhaps all the women semi-prisoners of this facility? Or something totally different? (To coin @Gregolas, LSD -- let story determine.)
** we need a reason for Clay to have been in cryonics in the first place, e.g. a terminal brain tumor or some immediate life-threatening illness (holy cow, that would be a
@Prish, you're up!