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Reproductive Health: Chapter 1, Page 18

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TomHCinMI

TomHCinMI TomHCinMI

This comix is weird as heck, but very entertaining!
It’s hard to figure out.
Between them the demons and mortals have three physical biological sexes; males, females, and hermaphrodites — right?
Both species have hermaphrodites, and the demons, at least, have females.
Not sure, but perhaps only the mortals have males, and/or, perhaps only the demons have females?
Some RL two-sex species have Hs and Fs; some have Hs and Ms; and of course we’re all familiar with those that have Fs and Ms.
But I can’t tell after just the first 17 pages what the arrangements are here.
......
Do they care more about psychosocial gender than biological/physiological sex?
They talk as if that is the case. So the scriptwriter might care more about how they identify than how they’re shaped.
But the artist has to care more about how they’re shaped; the artist cannot draw their state-of-mind.

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Is the possession of functional breasts an indication that the body cannot be physiologically male-only (rather than herm or fem)?
Or do males of one species or the other have functioning, rather than vestigial, breasts?
....
I suppose a lot of those questions will be answered in the next thirty or forty pages?
Or maybe they’re just not germane to the plot?
....
I think Dadmom is a great parent. I think Mom is well aware that one cannot be the parent of a teenager without embarrassing one’s adolescent child, so one might as well enjoy it.

16th Feb 2020, 7:20 PM

Negative Inspiration

Negative Inspiration Negative Inspiration

Lots of questions, I'll try to answer them all:

Biology is just weird. Consider the universe in that "everything is normal" some people have all the bits, some only have one set, some have none, some have a mix and match.

The characters are mostly concerned about how other characters want to be perceived and interacted with. It's entirely self identified.

As far as how the breasts work, consider it a quirk of "other world" genetics, it won't line up with our reality.

Dadmom is not a great template for male demons, as they have made a form that they see fitting for themselves.

17th Feb 2020, 3:34 PM

TomHCinMI

TomHCinMI TomHCinMI

This comix is weird as heck, but very entertaining!
It’s hard to figure out.
Between them the demons and mortals have three physical biological sexes; males, females, and hermaphrodites — right?
Both species have hermaphrodites, and the demons, at least, have females.
Not sure, but perhaps only the mortals have males, and/or, perhaps only the demons have females?
Some RL two-sex species have Hs and Fs; some have Hs and Ms; and of course we’re all familiar with those that have Fs and Ms.
But I can’t tell after just the first 17 pages what the arrangements are here.
......
Do they care more about psychosocial gender than biological/physiological sex?
They talk as if that is the case. So the scriptwriter might care more about how they identify than how they’re shaped.
But the artist has to care more about how they’re shaped; the artist cannot draw their state-of-mind.

....
Is the possession of functional breasts an indication that the body cannot be physiologically male-only (rather than herm or fem)?
Or do males of one species or the other have functioning, rather than vestigial, breasts?
....
I suppose a lot of those questions will be answered in the next thirty or forty pages?
Or maybe they’re just not germane to the plot?
....
I think Dadmom is a great parent. I think Mom is well aware that one cannot be the parent of a teenager without embarrassing one’s adolescent child, so one might as well enjoy it.

16th Feb 2020, 7:20 PM

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