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Subj: Re: Thundra's world
Posted: Sat Nov 25, 2017 at 02:13:41 pm EST (Viewed 153 times)
Reply Subj: Thundra's world
Posted: Tue Nov 21, 2017 at 03:46:25 pm EST (Viewed 196 times)



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    I won't tell you there wasn't, but it hasn't been addressed in the MU - has it? In Thundra's world, men and women were at war, and apparently neither side was willing to mingle for reproductive purposes. So they developed scientific methods for reproduction, such as cloning, artificial, etc.
    Per Comicvine Wiki entry for Thundra:

    Due to anti-male politics and advances in biological research and technology, by the early 23rd century, natural childbirth was totally supplanted by laboratory birthing, and men were bred only as servants, entertainers, and breeding stock.

    The above statement is contradictory - why would femizon's need breeding stock? I suppose for raw genetic material, DNA?

Yes. Just because it's done in a lab doesn't necessarily mean new genes aren't needed.


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