I feel like this was something that was seriously overlooked in the source book. In an age where information can be downloaded directly into the brain and a body can be bought and sold like a suit, how does this effect the formation of families and rearing of children? What is it like for a kid whose mommy just decided to become a man? When are you considered an adult if you can have a PhD level education before you are 7 and can buy an adult biomorph? What happens to an infant when it becomes and infomorph? If two people fall in love but one of them is an Olympian and the other a Bouncer are they even capable of having a kid the old fashioned way? If they can't have it the old fashioned way then what do they do?
These are just some of the questions that got me thinking about the change in familial dynamics that transhumanity would experience. And this is not even dealing with the fact that since people live forever the Corn King cycle is seriously messed up.