She agreed, and they went down to Egypt.
She was made from him, which might have been something like having him give birth to her.
Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness, , though not present in the main narrative, is an important part of Estraven's backstory and love life which is.
Considering that this eventually gets them killed, the latter is definitely.
It stuck in my mind, and 20 years later, that's the worst part.
If this were ever proven, the kids would be publicly slaughtered as abominations.
That doesn't stop the relationship from destroying their family and their spouses.
Even worse, the two of them are eventually willing to go along with that.