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For questions about the social identification of individuals toward masculinity, femininity or else.

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Parthenogenesis Women are required to have babies. They have the wombs. Men are only required to provide sperm. We encourage men to have more presence in their children's lives (and wives' lives d …
answered Jul 14 '17 by Brythan
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Tradition What determined traditional gender roles? Males are taller with more upper body strength. Females have wombs and breasts. The latter is more important. Women have the more labor … infants initially (men don't produce milk). It was natural for them to wean the children by feeding them other food. What changed? We have seen a change in traditional gender roles. Why? Because …
answered Jan 1 '16 by Brythan
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Reduce damage to clothes If the superhero is bulletproof, then it may be easier to make rip resistant clothing if it is close to the hero's skin. This allows the superhero's skin to stop the bullet …
answered Jul 24 '18 by Brythan
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hermaphroditic offspring. If a hermaphrodite breeds with either other sex, there's a 50% chance of a hermaphrodite and a 50% chance that the child is the same gender as the other partner. If two hermaphrodites … where gender was determined by the gender ratio around the child. So all children were neuters. The move to adulthood occurred when the child would develop a gender. A child surrounded by females …
answered Jan 11 '17 by Brythan
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Parthenogenesis If the females are genetically modified to use parthenogenesis for reproduction, all their children would be daughters. The daughters would also have very little genetic diversity. …
answered Jun 7 '18 by Brythan
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Would it make sense that the females of the species would exhibit colored or oddly shaped scales around the body? In most species, it is the reverse. The females and young are rather drab and th …
answered May 11 by Brythan